Dermoplast for dogs

Tittle: dermoplast for dogs by: Sandra Wilson From: New York City

My dog got injured, I was wondering if I should use dermoplast pain relieving spray since I also used this on myself before and it worked pretty well. Should I also use this spray on my dog? Or should I try something else.

Dermoplast for dogs

Question was Answered by: Steve Thomas

No you cannot use dermoplast on your dog, dermoplast was only approved by the FDA to be used on humans not animals.

Then what can you use?

The only thing I can recommend that I also use on my dog and cat is NEW All Natural Pet Hot Spot Spray.

NEW All Natural Pet Hot Spot Spray

Dermoplast was created and approved for human skin only, you cannot use a pain relieving spray such as dermoplast on any pet.

NEW All Natural Pet Hot Spot Spray was specially made for dogs and cats, it can take away the pain within seconds after applying it on your dog.

What I realized after using this on my dog was that it made the injuries heal faster than I was expecting.

Dermoplast is not for pet

I have also used dermoplast on my dogs before as well AND IT DIDN’T HELP AT ALL, my dog was acting crazy after spraying dermoplast on him.

Dermoplast made things worse after spraying on my dog.

I have 5 dogs and I take them for hunting at least once a month.

Last month when I took the dogs for hunting, one got injure pretty bad, and since I had some left over dermoplast at home, I used it on the dog wounds.

Well it didn’t do anything at all, my dog started acting funny after using dermoplast on it wounds. This spray made things worse.

My dog started to lick the wounds where I sprayed dermoplast on, I think the dog was trying to wash it off which means it made the skin itchy.

One thing I need you to take from this post is, DO NOT USE DERMOPLAST ON YOUR DOG because even the FDA haven’t approved it yet to be used on pet.

On yahoo there was a guy who said “using dermoplast on dogs was okay”, well this person clearly didn’t know what he was talking about.

When I asked him if he had a dog, he told me that he had never had a pet on his life, this guy clearly didn’t know what he was talking about.

There are a lot of people like this, who answer questions on online forums just for fun, as a pet owner you need to be careful who you listen to online. Some people will answer questions just for fun or just to keep their accounts active.

Never use human product on pet

Never never never never use human product on your pets, even using something as a baby shampoo on your dog is bad, a baby shampoo is known to be very mild and not toxic but the FDA is against using it when bathing our pet since human skin and dog skin is very different.

Just buy NEW All Natural Pet Hot Spot Spray, I’m not saying this pain relief is the best in the world but I’m recommending it to you just because it is something that I’m also using on my dogs. And it was recommended to me by a Vet that why I’m recommending it to you.

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