Wartsoff Wart Ointment

$8.17
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Wartsoff Wart Ointment

$8.17

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Product Summary:

 
Wart Ointment

Wartsoff Indications:
For use in removal of external warts from cattle, horses, goats and dogs.

Net Wt. 4 Oz. (113 Gm)
 
Contains:
Castor Oil, 43% (w/w), Salicylic Acid, 18% (w/w), Inert Ingredients, 39% (w/w)
 
Directions:
Apply directly on the wart twice daily. Rub in well leaving wart completely covered with WARTSOFF. Apply to teats and udder of dairy cows after milking. If no benefit is apparent after two weeks of treatment or for warts that grow rapidly, consult a veterinarian.

Warning:
Wash treated teats and udders before each milking. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and warm water after applying this product to animals.

Not For Human Use.

For Animal Use Only.
 
Keep Out Of Reach Of Children.

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Does it work for dogs?
A shopper on Oct 1, 2016
Best Answer: It did not work for my dog a wire haired fox terrier. It may be a different kind of wart.
The high level of acid in this product eats away at the wart but did not solve the problem
it just took the top off the wart then it got messy. It may be that dog warts are deeper my vet told me the only way to deal with them is surgery.
Reply · Report · Kristee on Oct 1, 2016
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