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LickGuard Ointment for Dogs and Cats, .75 oz Tube

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LickGuard Ointment for Dogs and Cats, (0.75 oz.) Tube has a very unpleasant taste to discourage licking, biting and chewing. Common uses include but aren’t limited to open wounds, sores, stitches, and hot spots. LickGuard is perfect for post-surgery recovery to keep pets away from bandages and suture lines. Great replacement to avoid the use of an uncomfortable e-collar.
Description
  • Bad tasting ointment to help prevent licking, biting and chewing.
  • Can be used for dogs and cats
  • Replacement for uncomfortable e-collar.

Directions

Clean and dry affected area. Apply generously where licking needs to be discouraged. Reapply as needed. For best results, when first applying LickGuard, put a dab on your pet’s tongue so they recognize the bad taste and smell before LickGuard applied to the desired area.

After Surgical Procedures - Apply LickGuard to suture lines to keep the animal from re-opening the wound. LickGuard can also be used on catheters and IV lines. Great for recently spayed/neutered pets.

Bandages - Use LickGuard on bandages and avoid the use of an uncomfortable e-collar.

Sores and Wounds - LickGuard can be used on skin conditions caused by chronic licking or biting, such as lick granulomas and biting sores.

How LickGuard Works

Step 1: Adhesive Base
LickGuard's adhesive base creates a stable environment holding the essential oils in suspension, maintaining their intensity. The sticky base clings to the animal's tongue prolonging the intense taste.

Step 2: Terrible Taste
Essential oils along with citric acid successfully work together to reach all areas of the tongue - the sweet on the tip, the salty and sour on either side, and the bitter towards the back. These ingredients stimulate the nerve endings and taste buds, creating a unique, terrible, and shocking taste. LickGuard also generates a "hot" sensation on the tongue from cinnamon bar, oregano oil, and peppermint oil. These oils do not actually burn the tongue or make it physically hot, but stimulate receptors that normally respond to heat, thus tricking the brain into feeling a "hot" sensation.

Step 3: Smell Triggers Memory
Lastly, garlic and spearmint oil both activate the olfactory system by creating a distinct smell. Since smell and taste work together, the animal will associate the smell with the bad taste. In fact, taste and smell are so closely related that a dog or cat will lick or eat something based more off smell than taste. The part of a dog's brain that receives messages from the nerves of the nose is so highly developed that it can store up scent information like a computer. This programs the animal to remember the smell of LickGuard and stay away.

Ingredients

Anise Oil, Beeswax, Citric Acid, Cinnamon Oil, Garlic Oil, Lanolin, Lime Oil, Origanum Oil, Peppermint Oil, Petrolatum, Pine Oil, Polysorbate 80, Potassium Chloride, Sesquiterpenoid, Sodium Chloride, Spearmint Oil, Tricalcium Phosphate, Water.

Warnings:

External use only. For animal use only. If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve consult your veterinarian. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Use caution when applying LickGuard to red or open wounds as a stinging sensation may occur. Store in a cool, dry place.

Reviews

Product Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
5.00
Customer Reviews: 1
Really works!
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Location:
Gulfport, MS
Review Date:
2/8/2013

This has worked on both my dogs. I highly recommend it.

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This information is for general reference only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of any condition of your pet. Because is intended as a general reference, this information may not include all possible uses, precautions, directions, reactions (including allergic), drug interactions, or withdrawal times. Always consult your local veterinarian and have your pet examined for any advice concerning the diagnosis and treatment of your pet, including which products and doses are most appropriate. Any trademarks are the property of their respective owners. VetDepot is not a pharmacy. All prescription products are dispensed by our Pharmacy Partner.


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