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Vetericyn VF Veterinary Formula Wound & Skin Care, 16 oz

PostPosted: July 2nd, 2014, 4:11 pm
by Gary Morris
Rating 5
Great product , we use it for bladder flush. Life saving product. Seriously could not do without it. Pets truly are first class as we'll.

Vetericyn VF Veterinary Formula Wound & Skin Care, 16 oz.

PostPosted: June 20th, 2013, 12:23 am
by Jiri
Rating 5
A very versatile and outstanding product. We use it on our pets and our kids!

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: October 6th, 2011, 1:28 pm
by Wayne
Rating 5
Great product! I a actually use it as a bladder flush to help fight UTIs. It has been a godsend!

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: September 7th, 2011, 9:13 pm
by Alysha
Rating 5
Vetericyn VF is a great product and PetsTruly.com is a great site! I use it on my pig who gets frequent infections around his eyes due to being overweight. Vetericyn VF will not burn the eyes if it gets in them, although I still try to avoid getting it in his eyes. It also took care of a nasty wound on my dog. It healed it well without infection. Thanks PetsTruly and Vetericyn VF!

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: June 24th, 2011, 2:41 pm
by Betsy
Rating 5
Vetericyn VF is amazing! My dog is prone to hot spots and this stuff cleared up a huge nasty hot spot on him in no time. Normally, I would have taken him to the vet's for a hot spot as bad as this last one. I read the rave reviews out there about Vetericyn, but seeing is believing and this stuff works. The cost is much cheaper than a vet visit & meds.

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: June 23rd, 2011, 7:01 pm
by Bob & Diane
Rating 5
We used this on our bird and it seems to be working great.

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: May 14th, 2011, 8:59 am
by Valerie
Rating 5
Wow! My vet suggested we try this for a pretty big hot spot my female Great Pyrenees has, she's almost 10 so I don't like steroids, etc...cleared up right away, it's like a miracle potion because it doesn't sting.

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: April 6th, 2011, 4:46 pm
by Karen
Rating 5
Great product, best price!

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: January 7th, 2011, 6:42 pm
by Tammy Trusty
Rating 5
Great people to do buisness with. Great product.

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: October 14th, 2010, 8:28 pm
by Chris Evans
Rating 3
My Vet suggested this as a treatment for a bacterial skin infection that was resistant to antibiotics. It was to be used every day along with bathing twice a week. A recent study had shown it to be quite effective. I've been using it on my dog now for about a month and I think the results are inconclusive. He has had more lesions pop up and is itching quite a bit, although I am not sure this is being caused by the same resistant staff. I have not had his lesions re-cultured to know for sure.

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: September 4th, 2010, 9:06 pm
by Robbie Johnson
Rating 5
Vetericyn was truly 'Holy Water' for my horse. She had a horrible puncture wound under her front leg. The wound was unable to be sutured or bandaged. Within seven days the wound was sealed and into its final healing stages.

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: August 31st, 2010, 12:31 am
by horsemom4heidi
Rating 5
I use Vetericyn VF daily on a chronic wound created by the surgical removal of squamous cell carcinoma under my horses's tail. I am happy the way Vetericyn VF keeps the area clean and it's quick and simple spray application. I totally recommend this product!

Vetericyn VF Wound & Infection Treatment, 16 oz. Spray

PostPosted: May 31st, 2010, 2:34 pm
by Wendy G. Moss
Rating 5
On 12/23/09 I began fostering a medically needy female Doberman our Rescue group took in. Sadie suffers from a severe case of lick granuloma which is secondary to an unknown trauma that left her with a frozen ankle, infections of the soft tissue and the bones - it also resulted in some bone deformity. When she arrived Sadie's front legs were covered with open wounds, were grossly swollen and deeply cratered. Only the back of her legs had any skin or hair. I began her weekly vet visits on Christmas Eve. After approximately four months of using numerous antibiotics, ointments, laser and chiropractic treatments, steroids, special diets, having her spayed and performing numerous lab tests and biopsies, Sadie showed little sustained progress. Since we began treating Sadie with Vetericyn VF she has made tremendous improvement. The swelling is virtually gone, her legs have smoothed out considerably and her wounds have virtually vanished. I HIGHLY recommend this product.