Veterinus Derma Gel


       When I lived in Ohio one of my young horses kicked through a hi-tensile fence and pealed the skin from her hock to her fetlock.  The skin looked like a sagging sock.  Too much of the skin was missing for stitches and the vet recommended Veterinus Derma Gel.
       I was amazed how well it healed. Two years later the scar was barely visible.


        Recently one of our weanlings tried to jump a farm gate and pealed the skin from her forearm.  It was in an area that couldn't be bandaged and again it was too damaged to stitch.  The Derma Gel kept the flies off and it healed remarkably well.

        Every first-aid kit should contain this remarkable product.





















Eleanor and Kruzer


•Maintains a moist wound environment to prevent scab formation.

•Allows epithelial cells to migrate across the wound, multiply and enhance healing.

•Encourages wounds to heal from the sides as well as the bottom.

•Allows for production of new epithelial cells that minimizes scarring and coloration changes.

•Does not harm the wound.

•Does not contain any mutagenic agents.

•Provides thermal insulation and a bacterial barrier.

•Decreases pain and helps to decrease inflammation.

•Speeds up the healing process.