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From the brand
Supports Rapid Healing Wound Care for All Animals
How we got our start?
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Lousville, KY, PetSilver began after rescuing Sasha, a puppy, from awful neglect and mange. Seeking an affordable and safe option to assist Sasha’s healing, the founder decided to share his solution for those wanting natural wound care for their pets.
What makes our product unique?
Our products use minimal and simple ingredients: distilled water and chelated silver. Only two ingredients and no unnecessary fillers make for happy pets and less worry for you! See our listings for how chelated silver differs from colloidal silver.
Why we love what we do?
Just like the founder was committed to Sasha’s healing and long term wellbeing, our team at PetSilver want to help you find effective, affordable, and trusted solutions to encourage your own pets’ wellness. They too deserve all the best care.
Only distilled water and chelated silver are the ingredients of this cleansing first aid spray for pets. Chelated silver is a silver solution that helps by destroying the enzymes that contribute to poor wound and abrasion hygiene.
PetSilver’s wound spray is most effective as a preventative measure against infections and to cleanse wounds. May help with keeping cuts, rashes, and raw skin from worsening from excessive licking clean and the dangers of a slow healing process. An essential part of any pet owner’s first aid kit!
Each full bottle is individually shrink wrapped to prevent tampering so you can be completely sure that your product is clean and full when you get it. Since the active ingredient is silver, this spray won’t expire. You can keep it in your pet aid kit for as long as you need without worrying about it becoming harmful to use or wasting money by having to throw most of it away.
To apply, first make sure your furry friend is secure and comfortable. Spray a small spritz on the affected area and let it air dry. Avoid drying with a towel or other object to avoid irritating the wounded area. To help with healing, a cone may be necessary for your pet so they don’t irritate the area with excessive licking.