Dr. Naylor Red Kote Dauber, 4 oz. at Tractor Supply Co.
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Dr. Naylor Red Kote Dauber, 4 oz.

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Dr. Naylor Red Kote Dauber is a veterinary scarlet red oil antiseptic wound dressing that features non-drying softening. Works well on superficial wounds, scratches, lacerations, rope burns, wire cuts, slow healing ulcers, abrasions, chafes, surface cuts. Spray it on horses or dogs

Ingredients:
Phenol, Biebrich Scarlet Red, Vegetable Oil, & Isopropyl Alcohol.

Direction For Use:
Spray on wound. Thoroughly clean and dry wound area. Apply Red Kote morning and night or as required. Thoroughly cleanse and sanitize dauber after each use. Keep wound clean and dry.

WARNING: In case of serious burns, deep or puncture wounds, consult a veterinarian. If redness, irritation, or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult veterinarian. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Do not apply to large areas of broken skin. Do not use on cats. Prevent dogs from licking treated area. DO NOT USE ON FOOD PRODUCING ANIMALS. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. KEEP FROM REACH OF CHILDREN.

Specification Description
Brand: Dr. Naylor
Product Type: Wound Care
Package Size: 4 oz.
Life Stage: Any
Type: Liquid
Manufacturer Part Number RKD
Dr. Naylor Red Kote Dauber, 4 oz. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Miraculous wound healing!!! My Spotted Saddle Horse impaled himself on a T-Post 15 days ago and tore a chunk of hide and meat from his chest that was the size of a football. (I am not exaggerating...I could stick my entire hand up inside his chest.) Our vet came out and cleaned and debrided the wound and advised that he could not stitch the wound since there was nothing there to stitch up but an open wound. He gave me a bottle of Dr. Naylor's. He said to put Dr. Naylor's Scarlet Red Kote on the wound every day. So, once a day, I cleaned with betadine, then rinsed thoroughly and used this solution on the wound. I NEVER saw a fly around his wound even though it is the middle of summer and we are in the south. It has been 15 days and the wound is now the size of a silver dollar. All of the hair has grown back and there has been no infection whatsoever. So far, there has been no scaring. I don't know whether there will be a scar where the wound closes together but I have been amazed at the healing process. The only thing I can say is that it does burn in an open wound. My horse is very good natured as far as being treated for wounds and he did not like this stuff at all. For the very first time, he squared up to kick me when I put this anticeptic on him, but I do believe it was pain related. So beware of the pain monster! I have uploaded a picture of the original wound. I don't have a picture of the results, but they are remarkable. If I can upload that later I will. All in all, it has been worth it to see my horse heal up well. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this product!!!
Date published: 2013-09-14
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Is this product toxic to dogs if they ingest it

Asked by: Teddy pawlowski
Please see the response we received by the manufacturer, "If a dogs licks the red kote, monitor the dog for vomiting. If the customer is unsure, consult a veterinarian".
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2017-01-17
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