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.

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Size:  5oz Aerosol

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SLT170412 HWN01 032584945064

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I wanted the ease of a spray on and the blue colour to stop pecking from the rest of the flock... I have not used this product before but am hope for good results
Lucy S on Nov 18, 2018
Always good to have around to help everything from thrush to scrapes.
connie g on Jun 24, 2015
I wanted the ease of a spray on and the blue colour to stop pecking from the rest of the flock... I have not used this product before but am hope for good results
Lucy S on Nov 18, 2018
summer sores
Connie B on Sep 13, 2015
Always good to have around to help everything from thrush to scrapes.
connie g on Jun 24, 2015
This product was mentioned in our "Chickens" magazine as being very helpful for pecking.
Suzanne Z on Jan 16, 2015
Treating wounds from allergy to fly bites.
Christi B on Oct 29, 2014
I needed for wound care related to pecking.
Cami A on May 11, 2014
summer sores
Connie B on Sep 13, 2015
This product was mentioned in our "Chickens" magazine as being very helpful for pecking.
Suzanne Z on Jan 16, 2015
What do I do if my dog licks it?
Tina M on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Once it dries it should not be a problem. We have never had a problem with our dogs. Cindy
We have a hen whose one wing was taken off by a raccoon. We get it healed a bit and the flies bite it and she gets it bleeding again. frustrated. What can we do to help her?
Sarah M on Jun 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Blu Kote is for infection and will not keep bugs off. You can try something to keep the bugs away but be careful if raw. Good luck with your chicken and sorry to hear it was hurt.
Thanks,
Lucy
Can this be used on cattle that is intended to be food? The can says not to use on horses intended to be food. Thanks.
Charlene K on Mar 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I personally see no problem with it! I use it on my animals all the time.
The active ingredient gentian violet stains the skin so if you processed an animal that had a fairly recent cut and it was treated with Blu-Kote the stain might raise questions of FDA approval. But gentian violet can be used in the human mouth to treat thrush so that is a good indication of safe use for animals.
How do you remove blue kote from skin & wood?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure how you would get it out of wood. It's difficult to remove from skin, which of course makes it effective as a wound covering. I have removed it from my skin using nail polish remover but I've also used lemongrass essential oil to remove it as well.
Okay, it says horses and dogs. Can it be used on cattle?
Charlene K on Mar 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Don't see why not.
My dog took off the bottom half of my goats ear. It was dripping blood and cartilage.
He was in agony and wouldn't eat. I soaked it in Blukote and in 5 minutes he walked over and started eating. The pain killer in it was working.
It also cured the dinner plate size wound in my dogs side. Skin completely gone, but the Blukote protected the visible muscle while the skunnstaryed growing back.
I use this all the time on my horses and I recently have been putting it on a scrape on one of my horses and it has formed a circle of flaky skin around it. What does this mean?
Dafni M on Jul 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Dry, flaky skin? Seems like that part of the scrape is healing or the skin there wasn't scraped and is just getting dried out from medication it doesn't necessarily need? I'd try giving it a break for a few days and watching it. Personally, I use medications for a day or two and then kinda let nature do its thing. If it gets worse, then call a vet. :)