Wound-Gard for dogs is an effective anti-septic spray that helps wounds to heal quicker. The bitter taste acts as a deterrant from licking or biting, encouraging wounds (including post-surgical wounds) to heal faster and prevents infection.
The liquid formulation comes in a spray bottle that’s easy to administer, and its antiseptic solution also promotes healing. Wound-gard for dogs should be sprayed liberally to the wound or affected area three times per day or as directed by your vet.
This is a must-have for all pet first aid kits as you never know when you’ll need it most. You can head on over to our online store to buy Wound-Gard for dogs for only $9.99 and free shipping on all orders.
Watch out for Antifreeze this Winter whilst you’re out on walks with your dog as the solution can be lethal to animals if consumed. Spills of this liquid are common in winter months on driveways as car owners perform engine maintenance.
Acute cases of antifreeze poisoning often show as if the animal is intoxicated with alcohol. This is an emergency situation, and life threatening within hours. See your veterinarian immediately; the outlook depends on how quickly treatment can be administered.
Antifreeze is a brightly colored, syrup-like liquid that has a sweet, appealing taste for your pooch. If you think your dog is likely to consume it, keep him on a lead at all times and one eye fixed firmly on him, it might just save his life.
The ASPCA have recently announced a huge $100k Photograph Challenge on their website. They’re asking animal fosterers to submit a photo and brief overview of their experience of adopting or fostering an animal from one of their contestant shelters during their challenge to help their local shelter win a $1,000 grant.
Anyone who has adopted, fostered, volunteered or reclaimed an animal at a Challenge shelter during August, September or October 2010 is eligible to enter, with the deadline being November 14th at midnight EST.
The ASPCA jury will select 20 finalists from the photographs submiteed, and the public will vote for six grand prize winners. The participating Challenge shelters of the six winners will each win a $1,000 grant. So, what are you waiting for? Get snapping and submit your photographs.
More information about this fantastic competition at
It’s the final day of our Independence Day Sale. All pet products, including flea & tick, dewormers, eye and ear, and woundcare products for cats and dogs have been reduced by an additional 6% to celebrate this Independence Day.
Hurry, this offer is only available until the end of today (5th July 2010), and applies to products such as Frontline Plus, Advantage for dogs/cats, Program Plus, Capstar, K9 Advantix, and many more.
Just use our coupon code BPC6IND when checking out to qualify for this sale.