Wounds & Minor Infections
There are many types of bacterial and viral infections which can occur almost anywhere and vary in severity. Serious ones such as distemper, kennel cough, parvovirus, cat flu and FUTD require veterinary treatment but minor and chronic infections can be effectively controlled with herbal medicine. It is particularly useful to help prevent recurrence of those minor but frequent infections that can be difficult to eliminate and may also be used alongside conventional medication. It is useful to know the signs of an infection being present and these are a high temperature, heat at the site and swelling or inflammation.
Always remember that if your pet has a high temperature or one that lasts more than 24 hours, or if you are in any doubt about the seriousness of a condition or if it fails to improve after treatment, you should always seek veterinary advice.
- Vet Wrap Bandage With Bitter Substance - Bite Resistant Self Adhesive, 5cm / 4.5m £1.99
- Johnsons Skin-Eze Cream For Dogs Cats Small Animals & Birds 40g £3.30
- Phytopet Thuja Cream (Liverine) 150g £15.99
- Johnsons Antibacterial Wound Powder 20g £3.99
- Beaphar Wound Ointment 30ml £5.20
- Johnsons Tea Tree Skin Cream 50g £3.50
- Aqueos Spray On Plaster 200ml £13.99
- Transparent Dog Vet Elizabethan Cone Collar Wound Healing Brace 5 Sizes from £5.99
- Hatchwells Trimmex Powder Stops Bleeding Fast 30g £8.99
- Kong Cushion Collar Dog & Cat from £11.39
- Trixie Protective Body Suit - 6 Sizes, Grey from £19.99
- Phytopet Herbal Allergy Aid, 50 ml £6.70