HydroGel doesn't seep out from under the the bandage. I used it on one of my chickens, and it worked extremely well to fight infection. Worth the money, and this big bottle will last a long time. Wonderful product.
I tried the regular spray last year and it worked great but the hyro gel goes where you put it and STAYS. Works great for getting between alpaca toes while they are dancing around. So far it looks like it is clearing up several bad cases of rain rot.
The best overall wound med around. Saved our old gelding from losing his hoof and heals predator wounds on our sheep. The VF formula is the most efficient, and the HydroGel is the best for staying put where you spray it. I have a large bottle in my vet room in the barn and a large bottle in the house.
<p>Our 11-year-old Golden Retriever, Cosmo, recently had a large lipoma removed from his right wrist. The surgery was uneventful and healed well, but a few days after his sutures were removed, he decided to lick his 'boo-boo' and it re-opened. Our vet recommended Vetericyn VF, so I ordered it and sprayed it on Cosmo's incision. Within a day, it closed back up and began healing. That was a couple of weeks ago, and with his fur growing back, it almost looks like nothing happened. I own a shop, Cosmic Canine Creations, making and selling healthy dog treats, so I come in contact with a lot of pet owners. I've recommended Vetericyn VF to several. of them. It's amazing.</p>
This is great to keep on hand in your first aid kit. The spray feature is excellent.