Vetisse First Aid Spray for Dogs
- Helps speed healing
- Naturally fights against infection
- Can be used on its own or with bandages
Easy-to-use Wound Care for Dogs
Have a dog that plays a little too hard? It's natural for a dog to get a wound or a cut every now and again, especially if you lead an outdoor, active life.
Keep First Aid Spray on-hand when your dog might get into trouble. Works especially well in dog kit for camping or hiking. But more than that, it's a must-have in any complete first aid kit for your dog. Just clean the wound, spray on first aid spray, and you've taken the first steps to promote faster healing.
- Calendula flower
- Neem tree leaf
- Slippery elm bark
- Usnea lichen
- Olive leaf
- Echinacea flower
- Purple loosestrife herb
- Goldenseal root
- Corydalis rhizome
- California poppy herb
- Cold-pressed aloe vera juice
- Tea tree essential oil
Spray on affected area four or five times a day until healed. Can be used with bandages.
Not suitable for cats. Tea tree essential oil can be harmful to cats.