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Well & Good Bitter Bandage, 2"

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  • Description

    The Well & Good Bitter Bandage keeps your pup's cuts covered. This dog bandage's self-adhering design makes wrapping up your pooch's wounds a breeze and the bitter taste will discourage them from biting on their boo-boos.

    • - Bitter Bandage from Well & Good
    • - Flexible dog bandage is self-adhering, easy to apply and does not stick to skin or fur
    • - Ideal for holding dressings in place or supporting sprains
    • - Dog wrap is lightweight, breathable and non-absorbent
    • - Bitter taste discourages your pooch from biting dog bandage

    Specifications

    • SKU

      2991899

    • Lifestage

      All Lifestages

    • Primary Brand

      Well & Good

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

  • Additional Features

    • Grain Free

      No

    • Live Food

      No

    • Lifestage

      All Lifestages

  • Ingredients

    Denatonium Benzoate.

  • If covering an open wound, clean and disinfect the wound completely. Place a sterilized and nonstick pad over the affected area. Over the pad, wrap the flexible bandage with one-third of the bandage showing on each wrap. When pad is completely covered, press to secure the end. To avoid over tightening, test the pressure at each wrap by placing two fingers gently under the bandaging. If necessary, secure the end with adhesive tape or bandage.

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