Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote, 4 oz pumpBy Dr. Naylor
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Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote effectively treats: Eczema Sores Itchy Fungus Moist Lesions Abrasions Chafes Pad Sores Hoof Rot Galls Cuts Surface Wounds Fungal Infections
Who is Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote, 4 oz pump for?
Dogs and horses.
Why use Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote, 4 oz pump?
Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote is a wound dressing that dries quickly and is antiseptic. It works against a wide range of fungal infections, pus-producing bacteria, and ringworm. It's a great choice for abrasions and superficial wounds.
How does Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote, 4 oz pump work?
Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote is an antiseptic, fungicidal, and germicidal wound treatment that fights bacterial and fungal infections of skin lesions. It immediately enters the skin and dries to prevent pus production. This method effectively removes lesion secretions.
Sodium propionate Gentian violet Acriflavine glycerine isopropyl alcohol 32% by volume.
How is Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote, 4 oz pump sold?
4 oz pump spray
What special precautions are there?
Do not use in animals intended for food slaughter. Do not allow dogs to lick at the treatment area. Do not administer to cats. Never inhale or allow the spray to come into contact with the eyes. Keep away from the mucous membranes, nostrils, mouth, and eyes. If swelling, irritation, puncture wounds, deep wounds, or severe wounds develop, worsen, or persist, withdraw treatment and notify a veterinarian. Only use externally on animals. Keep out of the reach of animals and children.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Dr. Naylor Blu-Kote, 4 oz pump?
Keep product stored in a dry and cool environment.
This product is also useful in treating: Prevention of group pecking in chickens Umbilical cords Drying wounds following castration Treatment of proud flesh Marking Wire cuts Ringworm Goat pox Scratches Bumblefoot in guinea pigs, hamsters, or chickens
1) Before spraying, clean and properly dry the afflicted areas. 2) Scrub ringworm to remove scabs and scales before applying the first treatment. 3) Shake well. 4) Remove the protective cap from the bottle. 5) Keep the bottle held upright. 6) Point the nozzle's opening at the lesion, then spray from a distance of 4" to 8". Use a very little amount. Repeat once to twice daily, or as required, until the wound heals.
Active Ingredient(s): Sodium propionate, gentian violet, acriflavine, in a special base of water, urea, glycerine, isopropyl alcohol 32% by volume.