Blue-Kote Wound Spray

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Blue-Kote Wound Spray

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Product Summary:

Dr. Naylor® Blu-Kote® Wound Spray

The Blu-Kote® Wound Spray provides efficient relief to your horse from surface wounds, ringworm and scrapes. This antiseptic spray dries quickly and is effective against bacteria and common fungal infections. This spray also helps to dry lesions.

Item Specifications:

Due to Federal Regulations, this item can only be shipped using Ground Service

Size:  5oz Aerosol

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Been using blu-kote for many years on my horses small abrasions and am satisfied with this product. Be care when applying, you may end up with blue fingers. It eventually comes off.
ELAINE R on Aug 10, 2015
Known product that works.
Carol R on Aug 4, 2014
The convenience in shopping on line:
sharon r on Nov 3, 2014
use it all the time for cattle for many years.
deanna h on Apr 13, 2014
Have you ever used this on a cat?
A shopper on Apr 3, 2014
Best Answer: No I never used this product on any cat I had and I think it depends on where the wound is. If it's in an area that the cat can not lick I probably would use it or even on my dog also. These two animals are lickers, as you know and if the wound was available to them I would put a cone on them for awhile. I've been using blue-kote for years on my horse and I think it has worked well.
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