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NT-CANINE™ is an All Natural powder. It's light-as-air formula of multiple clays, herbs and mineral salts can be used to aid healing of nearly all pet skin aliments.
No More Greasy creams and sprays which destroy your carpet and furniture.
All Natural, non toxic NT CANINE™ will forever change the way you treat your pet's hot spots, cuts and abrasions, excema, hair loss, flea and bug bites, as well as most ear irritations.
All Natural Ingredients: Proprietary mix of multiple natural clays, salts of copper, food grade diatomaceous earth, oregano powder.
How to use NT CANINE™ for HOT SPOTS:
Simply puff onto the problem area. There are no toxic or caustic chemicals. Your pet will typically lick it a few times, and quickly realize., "This stuff tastes terrible!" and leave the spot alone. You don't need to wash the area first. In fact the drier the coat the better.
If there is an open wound, dust 2-4 times per day until the area is completely scabbed over with no leakage. (Usually 1-3 days.) Then use 1-2x per day until completely healed, and/or if the hot spot is currently just a rash and you are noticing excessive licking.
How to use NT CANINE™ for EAR RELIEF:
Soggy, smelly ears? Avoid an expensive trip to the vet. Pull out your NT CANINE™ and puff a little bit of powder into the ear. It tickles going in so the pet will shake its head. This action sends the All Natural powder down where the infection lives. The powder battles the bacteria while drawing and absorbing the discharge. - The powder also helps break up and remove excessive ear wax). . So just "Dust-on" and walk away. Do this 1-2 times per day. Typical ear problems cease in 2-3 days. Weekly prevention dustings are recommended for dogs with recurring issues.
NT Canine Treatment for extreme Hot Spot
Chaz's story is an example of an infected mole that became an inflamed hot spot.
Remember, the term "hot spot" is somewhat of a generic term. A hot spot can be cause by countless issues, whether it be an allery, a bug bit,, or even, as in Chaz's case, a mole gone bad.
Also, a hot spot is not only an open wound. Often it starts with a rash, and you may only notice it due to your pet's excessive licking.
Oakley's owner kindly provided his story along with photos. As with Grace and Chaz, most hot spots, regardless of intensity are fully healed (with significant hair regrowth) inside 20 days.