MEDIKURIN HOCL PETTOGARD Wound & Disinfectant Spray For Dogs 500ml

Product Description

- Antibacterial, anti fungal, and antiviral disinfectant spray for dogs
- Non-toxic, safe if licked
- Non-irritating, suitable for pets with sensitive skin
- Suitable for dogs of all ages
- pH neutral solution
- Active ingredient: Hypochlorous Acid

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🐶An Effective Solution For Better Protection 🐶

PettoGard Wound & Disinfectant Spray for Dogs is a revolutionary, non-toxic topical antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral skin cleansing water which uses Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) as the active ingredient. It is effective for preventing potential infections, wound flushing, 

and wound repair.


Why Use PettoGard?

🐾 Washes and flushes wound debris

🐾 Speeds up the healing process

🐾 Help prevent infections and future flare-ups

🐾 Relieves and soothes itch and pain

🐾 Sanitizes and deodorises by killing germs and bacteria that cause infections and odors

🐾 Can be used safely around eyes, ears, mouth, and nose


Good for treating:

Cuts, abrasions, bite wounds, burns, abscesses, surgical wounds, skin ulcers, acne, pressure sores, hot spots, rashes, skin irritation, or other minor injuries.


Not Just For Wounds! 

You may also use PettoGard Wound & Disinfectant Spray to

💛Sanitize food and water bowls

💛Deodorize cat bedding, toys, and litter tray area


The Best Care For Your Pets

✅ Kills 99.9% viruses, germs and bacteria

✅ Non-toxic, safe if licked

✅ Non-irritating

✅ Suitable for dogs of all ages




1. What is the active ingredient in MEDI+KURIN PettoGard Wound and Disinfectant Spray (for Dogs)?

The active ingredient in our pet care disinfectant spray is Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) that is lab-proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, and fungi on most surfaces. This effective germicide is extracted with a revolutionary Electrolyzed Water Technology.


2. How does Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) kill bacteria and viruses?

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL) is the same naturally-occurring molecule produced by human white blood cells to fight invasive bacteria and viruses in the human body. The HOCL molecule kills bacteria by attacking the cell membranes, “burning” through the cell wall and flooding the cell. Once inside the cell, HOCL oxidizes biological matter, causing the cell membrane to rupture, resulting in the subsequent death of the bacteria.


3. How do I use MEDI+KURIN PettoGard Wound And Disinfectant Spray (for Dogs) on my wounded dog?

Spray onto the wounded area. Move excess hair from the wound area if necessary. Do not rub into the wound area especially on sore inflamed skin and no rinsing necessary. Repeat 3-4 times per day and use it for each bandage change.


4. Why do I smell chlorine?

Upon first use, MEDI+KURIN has a slight scent similar to chlorine, bleach or a swimming pool. This smell is actually from a by-product called chloramines, which are inactive compounds released when bacteria or virus cell membranes break down. The more frequently it is used, the fewer surviving proteins (a.k.a cell membrane material) will be available for the next disinfection. Essentially, the more you use it, the less odor there will be. Chloramines are different from chlorine, which is one of the harmful by-products from bleach. Please rest assured that this product is NOT diluted bleach.