Vetericyn Plus: Your Pet's Skin Care Saviors from J & J Pet Club - J & J Pet Club

Are you a proud pet parent of multiple animals? Do you notice your pets accidentally scratching themselves? Do your cats get into fights leading to injuries? Or is your pet in need of postoperative wound recovery? At J & J Pet Club, we've got the perfect skin care solutions for your little ones. Today, we're introducing two incredible products: the Vetericyn Plus Skin Spray and Vetericyn Plus Skin Spray Gel.

Both of these pet care essentials are alcohol, steroid, and antibiotic-free, ensuring safe applications even for sensitive pets.

Vetericyn Plus Skin Spray This veterinary-recommended spray is colorless and odorless, providing easy usage. Simply part your pet's fur and spray directly onto the wound. It helps kill germs, clean wounds, accelerate healing, and provides an anti-itch effect. Safe for use on delicate areas like the mouth, ears, nose, or eyes. And, even if your pet licks the sprayed area, there's no need to worry due to its safe ingredients.

The spray is excellent for handling:

  • Minor wounds like cuts and abrasions
  • Incision cleaning
  • Post-operative site cleaning
  • Wound care
  • Bite wounds
  • Pressure sores, abscesses, skin ulcers
  • Itchiness and pain relief

Vetericyn Plus Skin Spray Gel This spray gel has the same benefits as the Skin Spray but comes in a more solid form, reducing the chance of running off the application area. It forms a protective layer that prevents bacteria and dust from touching the wound, speeding up the healing process.

The gel is perfect for:

  • Minor wounds, rashes, itchy skin
  • Burns and sores
  • Wound dressing
  • Post-operative site protection
  • Treating dry, cracked skin or fungal issues

The Skin Spray and Gel can be used separately or together for optimal healing. We recommend using both to expedite the healing process as each product offers unique benefits. These skin care saviors are not only a great addition to your pet care collection but also help to save trips to the vet or high vet bills. For more severe situations, always consult a vet as these products are recommended for light issues.