Advantages Works well for first aid, easy to use.
Disadvantages Unpleasant smell and will stain.
|Value for Money|
Tamodine wound cleanser is mainly used by reptile keepers though it can be used safely on most animals (always check with your vet first) as it is great for preventing infections in small wounds (such as small bites etc.)and is a good 'first aid' component. It is not a replacement for a vet, it is simply as it says, a wound cleanser. If the wound is large, bleeding etc. then a vet visit is a must, tamodine will not 'fix' it, it simply cleanses the wound to help fight off the onset of an infection.
It is easy to apply, simply use a cotton bud to dab it over the required area. If it is a larger graze that needs treatment then you can use a sterile syringe to apply.
It really is a must have to keep in your first aid cupboard. You may never need it but just knowing it is there gives some peace of mind.
Vetark tamodine wound cleanser is available in many pet shops but I found it much easier to source it online. There are different size bottles available (50ml, 100ml) and it is inexpensive for what you get. You should expect to spend between £4-8.
The main drawback to Vetark Tamodine Wound Cleanser is that like any other iodine based product it will stain! Use it carefully and you will not have a problem but I would avoid getting near any fabrics.
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