Identifying Other Veterinary Lubricants to Avoid

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Here are some guidelines to help identify other lubricants you may wish to avoid in your practice or farm.

Veterinary lubricant for horse breeding and dog breeding
For Animal Use Only

User Story

“Our mare had huge open wounds on both her back legs due to a fence injury. It has taken a year of nursing to get her back to functioning. At first we tried every salve and ointment under her dressings. Then we switched to Therio-gel* and it was amazing! It really helped her heal faster and the tissues looked clean and healthy each day when we changed the bandages.”

JC, Spangle WA

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