As opposed to mere surface recovery, Banixx penetrates and repairs from inside out.
During a routine "collection" procedure our Friesian was impaled on a pipe that was 4.6 feet tall. (He was supposed to mount a phantom) It impaled him in the hind end between his right testicle and his interior haunch. The massive wound was 3 inches across and 6 inches deep. He was rushed to UCD in California. Over the next 4 weeks he became ill from the antibiotics but recovered.
Once home I choose to use Banixx. Gently I applied Banixx starting in the cavity of the wound working to the outer area. In less than one week it had closed inside and I could see rapid healing outside too. The wound went into the deep muscle of his right interior hind leg and he was fortunate as it missed the abdomen and the femoral artery by less than 1/4 inch.
You can see the scar tissue forming on the far-right photo but I am pretty sure with his good appetite now and the continued use of Banixx, he will be once again the most versatile Friesian stallion who does dressage yet also blazes huge trails with me!
Now my stallion is totally healed - no scar and he is under saddle and as playful as before; he is feeling and looking terrific!
Susie S. Proberta, CA
Rescued from the side of the road, this 12–week old kitten had apparently been tossed out of a car window. He had lost part of his nose and sinus and had severe abrasions. Due to his age and the severity of his injuries, only loose stitches could initially be applied. Banixx™ was used to flush the debris and infection. The stitches did not hold, so the treatment of choice was to drip Banixx™ onto the cat's face twice daily.
The cat recovered and obtained a loving home through the treating veterinarian, Dr. Broadhurst of Pinehurst, NC and The Moore Humane Society.
Dr. Broadhurst was recently awarded (2010) the Distinguished Veterinarian Award by the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association. His comment about Banixx: "Great Product! No pain, no odor, easy to apply...Healing time is greatly accelerated".