Farnam TRI-Care Wound Treatment

Farnam TRI-Care Wound Treatment

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Product Overview

Farnam TRI-Care Wound Treatment is specially formulated to provide triple action and solution in a single product. It features a combination of powerful ingredients such as Salicylic Acid and Benzocaine, along with Tea Tree oil and Emu Oil to help promote quick healing and disinfect wounds while soothing the skin of horses and dogs. The special formulation of this ointment helps clean wounds properly without irritating the skin and form a barrier to protect injuries against germs, water and insects. It also helps loosen and soften crusts from scratches but will not dry out superficial wounds. It is labeled for use on minor lacerations, skin abrasions, cuts, scrapes, bite and kick wounds, rope burns, skin irritations, rubbed skin, saddle sores, girth galls, chapping, dry patches, scratches, insect bite sensitivities, and more. It comes in an easy-to-use tube to ensure it stays clean and uncontaminated. Available in 4 oz. tube.

Key Features: 

  1. Aids in wound cleansing
  2. Helps skin heal from cuts
  3. Soothes skin irritation

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Benzocaine - 1.5% Salicylic Acid - 1.6%
For use in: Horses and dogs
Application: Apply directly to the wound. Repeat 1 to 3 times daily as necessary.
Pet safe: Yes, if followed by directions on label.
Special Features: Easy-to-use tube helps keep product clean and free of dirt
Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
Manufacturer: Farnam Companies (Mfg. Number: 100502415)
UPC: 086621024151

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Is Farnam TRI-Care Wound Treatment ok for cats?
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Farnam TRI-Care Wound Treatment is only labeled for use on horses and dogs. 

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