EMT First Aid Spray (1 oz) with Hydrolysate of Collagen and Bitrex is an easily applied, non-stinging spray with Bitrex™ (an extremely bitter substance) that produces rapid healing while discouraging biting and licking of wounds.
EMT spray contains the same collagen as EMT Gel and is effective for many types of wounds and skin problems including: hot spots, first and second degree burns, foot pad injuries, cuts, abrasions and flesh tears.
EMT Spray can be used on any animal and the collagen is natural to the body.
Patented hydrolysate of collagen provides fast healing of all types of wounds.
Pump sprayer allows for clean and convenient application.
Contains Bitrex™ (an extremely bitter substance) to deter licking & biting of wound.
Great for "hot spots", scrapes, burns and large wound areas delicate to the touch.
Does not sting or burn.
Helps reduce bleeding, pain and itching - protects wound.
Collagen formula provides the scaffolding for new cell growth and helps prevent scarring.
Cleanse wound thoroughly with water or saline.
Apply directly into the wound and onto the surrounding area.
If needed, cover wound with a nonstick dressing. Allow to air dry on superficial wounds.
Reapply EMT Spray and redress (if needed) one to two times daily.
Store at controlled room temperature. Extreme heat may affect viscosity of EMT Gel, but will not affect product performance. Protect from freezing.
Keep out of reach of children. If condition worsens, or does not improve within 10-14 days, consult a veterinarian.
good anesthetic/antiseptic by Labmom from AL03/31/2013
use this in addition to the gel & both work well on scrapes/cuts/etc.
EMT first aid spray by TE12/04/2011
Great product. Referred by friend, medicated product that cats choose not to lick away. Used on Chloe, before she would whine when petting that area, now she doesn't make a sound or budge. She's a happy princess. Thank you.
Wonderful Product to keep on hand. by sandyz from Bucks County, PA09/11/2013
EMT Spray & Gel is the best thing I have ever used for wound care on my dogs.
I don't understand why it is not recommended by veterinarians except that maybe there is no profit in it for them.