Skin Care & Wound Repair For Cats

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Wound Repair & Skin Care Products for Cats


For cats, it's not just about appearance - their coats and skin reflect their health as well. In order to maintain healthy skin, veterinarians recommend good nutrition, flea prevention, and grooming.  

When cats have skin problems, there is usually something serious going on. If your cat pulls out their hair or scratches themselves vigorously, parasites or allergies might be the cause.

When it comes to treating and diagnosing skin issues in cats, it is important to consult with a veterinarian. However, there are some natural ways to make your cat's skin healthier.  

Cats' skin can be moisturised by Dermoscent Essential 6 for Cats, which contains fatty acids and essential oils to reduce odours.

In addition to being high in EFAs, Hemp Oil is also rich in DHA and EPA, and it contains MCT, or medium-chain triglycerides, which can help to promote healthy skin and coat growth.

One day, you may need to know how to care for wounds on your cat. The good news is that cats tend to take excellent care of themselves and aren't inclined to get into unnecessary conflicts. Certain cats, however, may encounter problems if they are curious or live outside.

Whenever treating wounds on a cat, it is best to err on the side of caution. The treatment of all wounds should be based on the assumption that they may become infected. An infection can be caused by contaminants, resulting in a more severe wound.

Taking precautions against infection and controlling bleeding are the first priorities when treating a wound. Whenever you are helping a cat with a wound, it is important to keep yourself safe. It is common for cats to revert to "survival mode" when they are stressed or scared, and this can result in them refusing to accept treatment.

A cat with extensive wounds or signs of infection, such as swelling, redness, or pus, should be taken to a veterinarian or emergency care right away. Sedation may be necessary to ensure that your cat receives the proper care they need.

Regardless of whether the wound is mild or severe, it must always be kept clean. Use a bandage, plastic cone, or Elizabethan collar to prevent your cat from licking the wound.

 

Our Cat Skin Care & Wound Repair Products are of the highest quality


Dr Carl carries top brands such as Aristopet, Virbac, Smith & Nephew, and Natural Animal Solutions. We only approve products that our veterinarians and animal health professionals would use on their own pets at Dr Carl, so you can shop with confidence. 

A highly trained team of customer service representatives and veterinarians is available during business hours to answer any questions you may have about products or other inquiries. You can email them at [email protected] or call them at 1800 DR CARL (1800 372 275).

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