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Ouch Balm Plus - Wound ointment for dogs, cats & small animals

€9,95 / 50g
€199,00 / kg

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Our helper for irritated skin, abrasions and small wounds. So that your dog can quickly romp around again without pain. Vaseline, zinc and oils make this balm a care genius.

  • ALL-AROUND HEALTHY: Ouch Balm Plus helps heal wounds and also protects against environmental influences.
  • HIGH-QUALITY INGREDIENTS: Vaseline, zinc and oils from rapeseed, cod liver oil and calendula make this balm a care genius.
  • LESS IS MORE: We do not use any unnecessary additives. The ouch balm contains only natural care substances and the bitter substance denatonium benzoate to prevent unwanted licking. Nothing more.
  • SCIENTIFICALLY BASED: The effect of Aua-Balsam Plus has been scientifically tested by veterinarians.
  • MADE IN GERMANY: We protect our nature by avoiding long delivery routes. Our products are made in Germany!

We distance ourselves from flavor enhancers, insufficient testing, unhealthy fillers and other junk that nobody needs. 

All feed supplements and care products are manufactured in Germany, so they are really and truly "made in Germany". This means they reach you and your pet directly via short delivery routes.

We work closely with scientists and veterinarians to bring well-dosed products to the market for animals.

Same day shipping on working days for orders placed before 1 p.m.
Delivery time: 1-3 days

Ein Hund reicht seine Pfote. Keine wunde Pfoten mehr mit unserer Wundsalbe

Cod liver oil zinc ointment

Wild romping through the undergrowth, a long walk on asphalt or an allergic reaction - there are so many reasons why your four-legged friend's skin can be sore, scraped or simply irritated. Pointed teeth can also cause small injuries when playing, which can later develop into painful skin eczema.

Our cod liver oil zinc ointment cares for and supports the skin's regeneration process in the event of itching, eczema, irritation and other skin problems. Cares for chapped skin and dehydration.

Wound ointment for dogs, cats & small animals

Our Aua-Balsam Plus can help with irritation, abrasions, scrapes, skin irritation, damaged spaces between the paws and other skin problems. And what's really good: If you use the Aua-Balsam Plus, you can confidently do without a collar, because it contains a bitter substance that prevents your four-legged friend from licking the cream. Of course, the bitter substance is completely harmless!

Ein Hund zeigt seine verheilte wunde Pfote
Keine Wunde Pfoten mehr mit unserer Lebertran Zinksalbe für Hunde

Sore Dog Paws support

The cod liver oil zinc ointment is versatile. In addition to being used on wounds, the wound ointment can also be applied wonderfully under the paws and between the balls of the feet. The cod liver oil zinc ointment supports the natural healing and regeneration process of the skin and paws by keeping them elastic and supple and preventing the skin from drying out.

The ingredients

Unsere Wundsalbe für Hunde enthält Zink

Zinc

The regenerating properties of zinc have long been known. Zinc can prevent skin problems and supports the renewal of skin cells.

Die Lebertran Zinksalbe für Hunde enthält zudem Ringelblumenöl

CALENDULA OIL

Marigold oil, also known as calendula oil, cares for rough and chapped skin and has long been used to treat wounds, abrasions and rough and chapped skin. A wonderful remedy from nature and therefore safe to use on the skin of your furry friend.

Lebertranöl durfte in der Wundsalbe für Hunde nicht fehlen

cod liver oil

Cod liver oil is a real vitamin bomb. The fish oil contains valuable minerals and vitamins, in particular a good portion of vitamin A. In the Aua-Balsam Plus, the cod-liver oil is responsible for building up the skin. It boosts the renewal process, so to speak. This allows the skin of your dog, horse or cat to regenerate quickly.

Vaseline und Rapsöl runden die Lebertran Zinksalbe für Hunde ab

Vaseline & Rapeseed

The ingredients vaseline and rapeseed oil contained in the wound balm also help to ensure that your loved one's skin quickly becomes healthy and supple again.

Always applied quickly

application

Due to its compact size (50 g), the jar of our Aua-Balsam Plus is ideal for on the go. This wound balm should not be missing in any pet first aid kit.

Before use, you should clean the affected skin areas of your four-legged friend. Then simply apply the ointment thinly to the areas to be treated. You can repeat this up to twice a day as needed. Our wound balm is not suitable for the treatment of open or weeping wounds and is also not suitable for sensitive mucous membranes.

Additional Information

Composition of the wound ointment

At Annimally, we pay particular attention to high-quality ingredients. So you only get the best for your animal.

Ingredients of Aua-Balsam Pro

Vaseline, rapeseed oil, cod liver oil, zinc, calendula oil, denatonium benzoate

Aua Balm Plus Notes

Only for external use on skin or fur.

hazard warnings

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

safety instructions

Avoid release to the environment!

Dispose of contents/ container in accordance with official regulations.

storage

The product should be kept out of the reach of small children. Please store dry, protected from light and not above 25 °C.

Ouch Balm Plus - Wound ointment for dogs, cats & small animals

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Lebertran Zinksalbe

The zinc ointment should not be missing in your medicine cabinet. You can not only use zinc ointments on yourself, but also on your dog.

Zinc ointments are a well-known classic when it comes to treating wounds and skin irritations. So all the better if you have some of the ointment at home just in case.

Zinc ointment for humans

In humans, the zinc ointment is used for itching, small wounds and superficial scratches. The ointment helps with various skin ailments. Responsible for this is the ingredient zinc oxide, which ensures that the affected areas dry out well.

But the ointment not only cares for and protects wounds and dry skin in humans, but also in dogs.

Lebertran Zinksalbe vet

There is cod liver oil zinc ointment especially for animals. Veterinarians recommend the ointment in hard-to-heal wounds.

However, the wound ointment should not be used on deep and open wounds. The wound ointment dries out the skin of dogs severely, does not absorb and leaves a residue on a wound that is difficult to remove.

The cod liver oil zinc ointment for dogs can offer helpful protection against bacteria from the outside in the case of small skin injuries. It also protects against dirt and stays on the skin. In this way, you can significantly reduce the risk of renewed wound infection.

Cod liver oil zinc ointment in dogs

If your dog romps around while walking with his four-legged friends, a small scratch can quickly occur in the heat of the moment. This can easily be treated at home with a cod liver oil zinc ointment.

The ointment can help with the following problems:

  • dry skin
  • wounds
  • scratches
  • scratches

Dog licks cod liver oil from zinc ointment

Most cod liver oil zinc ointments are licked off by the dog. Only one thing can help: a dog collar. However, if you want to do without the annoying dog collar, you can use a cod liver oil zinc ointment with bitter substances. The wound ointment for dogs contains the bitter substance denatonium benzoate, which prevents unwanted licking, but is absolutely harmless. After all, we only want to prevent the cream from being licked off and not harm the dog.

For whom is cod liver oil zinc ointment suitable?

The ointment is particularly suitable for dogs, cats and horses! The application always remains the same.

Application of cod liver oil zinc ointment

First of all, you should clean the affected skin area before use. Then you can start applying the cream to the affected area. Caution: The wound ointment is not suitable for open/oozing wounds and sensitive mucous membranes.

Application in the dog

Apply the ointment thinly to the affected area of your dog's skin. Depending on your needs, you can repeat this process up to twice a day.

application in the cat

Whether dog or cat, the application is no different. Simply apply the cream thinly to the irritated area of skin, distribute and that's it. Again, the process can be repeated up to a maximum of twice a day.

Application to the horse

Nothing changes in the application for horses either. Apply thinly, distribute and you're done. This process can be repeated up to twice a day.