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Basic Wound Treatment

Basic Wound Treatment

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For cats and small dogs. The collar is comfortable, soft, non-woven material which is water repellent and easy to clean. Particularly suitable for cats due to the shape and flexibility of the collar.

14cm
R 44 R 46

Dermadine Antiseptic Ointment 25g is a must for your first aid kit. It helps to kill the germs that cause infection and is perfect for keeping wounds, cuts, burns, skin infections and abrasions clean.

25g
R 42 R 44

Dermavet is an ointment that will treat minor wounds, infections, including ear infections and most of your dermatitis. Dermavet is a anti-inflammatory, antipruritic, antifungal and antibacterial ointment. You will definitely benefit with this in your medicine cabinet.

R 86 R 91

First aid in a bottle.  Eco-vet Heal will control, fever, inflammation, swelling and many more

R 200 R 211

F10 Germicidal Barrier Ointment is a broad-spectrum disinfectant for dogs, cats and horses. It will fight bacteria, fungi and viruses in open and contaminated wounds. It also prevents re-infection.

R 61 R 64

F10 Germicidal Treatment Shampoo is a broad spectrum application to get rid of ringworm and other superficial bacterial infections. 

R 123 R 130

There will always be a little mishap with your dog. Either a torn nail,  a scratch on the nose or a little insect sting.  Pet Hero has made sure that you have a basic first aid kit for your pets in your household.

1 Unit
R 365 R 384

Easy-to-use, colourful, non-woven, latex-free bandages. Maintains its flexibility to provide superior fit and comfort. Used in dogs and cats for support of sprains and strains, post-operative on legs or as a belly wrap), for securing dressings or as a pressure bandage to promote healing. Water Resistant and hypoallergenic.

R 47 R 50

Easy-to-use, colourful, non-woven, latex-free bandages. Maintains its flexibility to provide superior fit and comfort. Used in dogs and cats for support of sprains and strains, post-operative on legs or as a belly wrap), for securing dressings or as a pressure bandage to promote healing. Water Resistant and hypoallergenic.

R 29 R 31

Easy-to-use, colourful, non-woven, latex-free bandages. Maintains its flexibility to provide superior fit and comfort. Used in dogs and cats for support of sprains and strains, post-operative on legs or as a belly wrap), for securing dressings or as a pressure bandage to promote healing. Water Resistant and hypoallergenic.

R 38 R 40

PetFlex No Chew Bandages are flexible, cohesive bandages with a bitter taste to help prevent chewing, biting and tearing of the bandage. 

1 Unit
R 66 R 69
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Basic Wound Treatment

Cats always seem to like gallivanting around the neighbourhood at night. They are also very curious and will always get themselves into some kind of trouble. A new cat has moved into the neighbourhood and he does not like this, what does he do?  He picks a fight! He may come away uninjured, perhaps a few little scrapes and scratches or he may have come off second best.

Cats are like magnets to cuts, bruises and scrapes, they are not usually life threatening and will heal with a little treatment. As soon as you see a wound, clean it immediately. Get someone to help you hold him down, as he might not like it, but it needs to be cleaned to prevent infection. 

Pet Hero has products a range of products to treat your cat’s basic wounds to ensure the little wound doesn’t turn into an abscess. If the wound is minor, clean the wound with an antiseptic solution and a gauze or a clean cloth, gently clean around the area. Do not use alcohol or hydrogen peroxide, as this will damage the tissue around the wound. Once clean, add a little F10 Germicidal barrier ointment or Dermavet ointment. The wound should clear up quickly. Try our First Aid Kit, it has everything you need for that little scrape or cut.

For wounds that are long and deep, or a puncture wound. Wrap your cat in a towel, try to stop the bleeding and get medical help from a veterinarian immediately.