Is your dog itching and scratching? Are they allergic to Fleas or have other bug bites?
• Bug Bites
• Chews and Licks Paws
• Hot Spots
• Flea Dermatitis
• Itchy Incisions
• Smelly Itchy Ears
• Scratches and Scrapes
Stops itching on contact and keeps your dog from acquiring a secondary infection
Powerful herbal formula heals hot spots, bug bites, and flea dermatitis
Restore helps heal wounds, cuts and scrapes from the inside out
Can be used in your dog's ear to help heal minor infections and ear itching
Directions: Apply Restore twice daily to affected area or as needed for itching and scratching.
Natural Product Alert! Farm Dog infuses herbs into our formulas. You may occasionally see a small piece of herb in our salves.
For General Wound Care: Apply ample amounts ofRestore to the wound and let it sit for 6-8 hours, clean the wound out with sterile gauze and antiseptic then reapply. Let the wound heal naturally. Use ourSalvation Salve to quickly grow your dog's hair back.
For Bacterial Ear Infections: Asking yourself "what can I do about my dog's bacterial ear infection?" Use Restore. Apply a small amount ofRestore to the inside of your dog's ear and let it melt into their ear canal. Wait 24 hours, gently clean the outer ear and reapply. Continue until symptoms disappear. If symptoms persist, consult your veterinarian.
For Abscess or Excessive Wound Scabbing: Does your dog have an abscess with a scab on top? Do they have a puncture or a wound that needs to stay open and clean so that it can heal? Use Restore. Apply an ample amount of Restore to the scabbed area and leave on overnight. In the morning, take a warm dampened clean cloth and gently wipe the scab away.
Clean the wound out with sterile gauze and antiseptic then reapply Restore. Cover for a couple of hours if needed. In the case of an abscess, gently remove the pus out of the wound before cleaning it. Repeat the process daily until the open wound (and abscess) have closed up on their own without scabbing. After this happens, follow instructions under General Wound Care. If you see any excessive swelling of the area, consult your veterinarian.