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    Senior Member bjoiner's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by suepuff View Post
    Along this same line, has anyone seen any advantages to using the liquid bandages?

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    Holy cow. I would be afraid of being bit by the most friendly dog in the world. You know what I'm talking about if you have ever used that stuff on yourself. I might side with animal cruelty for anyone that uses that stuff on a dog. I am not sure what the pain of delivering a baby is like, but that might be worse than anything I have ever experienced.

    I love EMT gel. I have had great results on all kinds of cuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Lee - Timberpond Retrievers View Post
    Can someone provide a reasonably priced source for both EMT Gel & Spray?

    It's about $11 or either spray or gel as I recall.

    Another product you may consider is Coolspot 2000. It's a spray used for hot spots and it works wonders. It's available at many places on the web....even ebay (though that's not the least expensive).

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    At our local vet I can get the spray or the get for around 10 to 15 bucks I was advised to use the spray and as far as taking it off it just wears off after time

    Why would you want to take it off early?
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    As suggested by others, I've been using, Vetericyn - Wound & Infection Care (clear spray in plastic bottle).
    Once you try it & see the fast healing process, you won't leave home without it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    I was told by someone ( Ithink my vet) to not use neo sporine but to use poly sporin instead. Anyone know for sure?
    gels and ointments aren't always used correctly, which is why a bunch of places say not to use them. Puncture wounds and unclean wounds are hindered by pretty much anything that isn't warm water, soap and air for example.

    I use hibiclens (or dawn if I don't have hibiclens handy) and warm water for just about everything now. Have only had limited experience with EMT gel, but I could see it working well for worn feet and noses as a protectant, less useful for deeper or bigger cuts.
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