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Ceragyn Wound & Skin Formula Spray (2 oz)

Item: C048399
Availability: In Stock
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Ceragyn Wound and Skin Formula Spray is the ideal solution to help your pet heal from a wide variety of wounds.

 Animals that live active lifestyles could suffer from a wide variety of wounds, parasites or injuries that, if left untreated, could be particularly harmful to your pet's well-being. The formula is made specifically not to irritate your pet when applied topically to manage dermal infections and skin conditions.

Ceragyn Wound and Skin Formula is perfect to use on skin fungus, hot spots, rain rot, skin infections, burns, cuts, abrasions, ringworm, ulcerated wounds and more. This particular bottle of Wound and Skin comes in a convenient 2 ounce spray bottle, but a larger 12 ounce spray is also available. Ceragyn Wound and Skin is perfect or a wide variety of problems that may afflict your pet and is a perfect addition to your pet's first aid kit, so order today!

Key Features
  • Accelerates natural healing with a formula that won't irritate pets
  • Works on skin fungus, hot spots, rain rot, skin infections, burns, ringworm, and more
  • Comes in easy-to-use spray bottle in 2 sizes: 2 oz and 12 oz
  • Ingredients

    Ingredients: Purifect&trade, Ethoxydiglycol, Propylene Glycol and Water.

    Useful Information

    Directions: Clean affected area of debris. After cleaning, spray on the affected area 1-2 times daily. Safe for all animals.

    Customer Q&A

    1 Question & 1 Answer
    from Menifee, CA asked:
    July 18, 2018
    I have a diabetic cat who was bothered with a seasonal itching and scratched one particular area until it became raw. A scab formed but he has again licked it until it is raw. It is obviously located in a place he can easily reach and the area is about 1/2" wide and 2" long. I am searching for something that might help heal the area but is not toxic to him. I noticed the above spray and also a cream for wounds, etc. but would appreciate your advice. Thank you for your help.
    1 Answer
    Hi Collen, I would get that checked out from a vet before I put any products on it because it is raw. 
    Submitted by: Customer Service on May 17, 2019