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|by Cowgirly "Cowgirly"||Date Added: Thursday 18 July, 2013|
This is a must have for any equine or pet first aid kit. I keep a backpack with this and a few other essentials in my horse trailer.I should point out that the title of the item makes it sound like an ointment (because it says ointment!) but this is actually in powder form.Keep this in your first aid kit and be sure to remember at least some vetwrap, thermometer, maxi pads (work great for wound covers under bandages and cheaper than gauze), and some bute.
|by G. May "Nursie gal"||Date Added: Sunday 09 June, 2013|
This product has been around for a long time and I use it for my horses and pets. I really like it.
|by A. Crisp "kiwizz"||Date Added: Saturday 27 April, 2013|
this dust is working well for my animals - i have never seen it before and hoped to find something new. the powder is better than salve
|by Scott E. High||Date Added: Monday 15 April, 2013|
A friend of ours who raises horses mentioned this product to me. We have several dogs and they often scuff their paws on our concrete driveway when playing tag in our front yard. Scuffing leads to abrasions and abrasions lead to unwanted licking from the dog. For some reason they like the taste of antibiotic ointments and of course that keeps the area wet when it should be dry. Wonder Dust must not taste very appealing. When I put it on the dogs immediately stop licking and the wounds dry up like they should.A dog breeder told me that she uses Listerine to clean the wounds first. While that seems to work, it must also sting, and the dogs become squirrely when you approach them to treat them. So I avoid the Listerine and just gently rub the Wonder Dust directly on the wound. Works like a charm and I usually get a sloppy doggy kiss each time I apply it. In the case of our Cane Corso, it's more like a face wash.
|by Rosalynd Doneghy||Date Added: Friday 10 August, 2012|
I purchased this product for my cat who had a infected bite from another cat. The wound was draining pus and was not healing. I first cleaned the wound carefully. Then I put the Wonderdust on it. Within one day, the draining stopped. By the third day, the wound was healing. I now keep this on hand at all times. I use it when I get cuts also. I cut myself on glass. The wound would not stop bleeding. I put a puff of wonderdust on the wound. It stop ped the bleeding immediately and there was no more pain. Love this product!!
|by Stray Acres||Date Added: Tuesday 31 May, 2011|
This stuff rocks!. We have goats and it is the only product that truly can quickly make a turn around on wounds. Every farm supply locally can not keep it stocked on the shelves.