How To Treat A Cut On A Dog or Puppy
Many of our customers have asked us “What can you put on a dog wound?” and we’re always happy to reply that Banixx can help. Here’s our dog cut treatment recommendation: Apply Banixx right onto your dog’s, puppy’s wound (cut, tear, laceration, puncture) each morning and evening. Allow Banixx simply to do its job on your dog or puppy! Banixx is a leave-on treatment.
The reason for the morning and evening applications of Banixx is to aid with your pet’s natural immune system, in the removal of bacteria and fungus. Then, by allowing the area to “rest”/be undisturbed, during the day, your dog/puppy can regenerate healthy tissue in the affected area.
With the evening treatment of Banixx, the process begins all over again, and the natural process of repair continues. Spraying Banixx too often may slow down the repair process if you are dealing with a serious wound because the constant spraying “disturbs” the tissue repair process.
Even though Banixx is a potent anti-fungal and antibacterial agent, it is also gentle on tissue and will not sting, stain, or cause damage to even the most tender of areas. Banixx is clinically proven safe around the eye. With this knowledge, Banixx is highly suitable for use with young or wary pets, or any dog or puppy that may be problematic to treat.
Wounds / Hot Spots on Dogs
Banixx is an excellent dog wound treatment and perfect for puppy wound care. And while many of our customers buy Banixx to address their puppy’s wounds or injuries, they also buy Banixx to address their dog’s hot spots. If you think your pup is suffering from a hotspot, we recommend you visit our dog hot spot treatment page at https://banixx.com/hot-spots-dog-how-to-treat/
Dog Wound Testimonial
“I run a rescue, this stuff is WONDERFUL! A dog was caught in fencing. The vet sewed the dog up but the wound became necrotic. I washed, rinsed, dried and applied BANIXX 3-4 times a day! Product results were in ONE month!”Vickie G., Facebook