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Remedy + Recovery Liquid Bandage for Dogs
Date Posted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Remedy + Recovery Liquid Bandage for Dogs
Manufacturer: Cardinal Pet Care

Product Description: Designed to help heal and protect injuries such as cuts, scrapes and other minor abrasions, Cardinal Pet Care's Remedy & Recovery Liquid Bandage for Dogs comes in a convenient pump spray bottle that distributes just the right amount of product for maximum effectiveness, the manufacturer states. The quick-drying formula creates a waterproof yet breathable shield that keeps the wound clean and dry while allowing air to circulate around it, helping to speed healing, and the nonstinging, alcohol-free formula contains soothing, all-natural aloe vera and chamomile, so it won't cause dogs any discomfort; and because it does not require adhesive to hold it in place, the dog has complete freedom of movement and will often not even notice the product on the skin, the company adds.

Contact: 800-433-7387

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