Humane Healing uses organic salts and minerals that make the product non-caustic, non-steroidal and antibiotic-free.
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Nashville, TN (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Humane Healing announced today that it will begin selling its dog wound-healing ointment and spray at pet retailers, moving away from its former veterinarian-exclusive distribution strategy. Common dog wounds such as lick granulomas, burns, snake bites, foot pad injuries, etc. are some of the common uses for Humane Healing ointment or spray. The pet care product is scientifically proven to rapidly increase recovery rates for dog cuts and wounds.
“Because of the viscosity of the product it stays on the wound really well…,” says Dr. Kirk Shumpert, Chief Veterinarian of Tupelo County, MS Animal Shelter.
Humane Healing uses organic salts and minerals that make the product non-caustic, non-steroidal and antibiotic-free. According to Dr. Shumpert these benefits support the spontaneous nature of dogs, especially if the dog licks the product because it is not toxic.
Humane Healing was operating in the veterinary channel as QuickDerm, which is a nationally-recognized and vet recommended brand. Now, the pet wound treatment is available at pet retailers or on the web at http://www.humanehealing.com.
CEO Sam Savage is excited about the availability of the product at retail. He says, "We are providing a cost effective solution for at home wound care in a down economy."
For more information, contact Sam Savage at sam(at)humanehealing(dot)com
About Humane Healing
Humane Healing’s mission is to humanely enhance the lives of pets and the enjoyment of their owners through proven science. Guided by the philosophy that pet-companions deserve to be happy and healthy, Humane Healing dedicates itself to the development of breakthrough technologies in innovative wellness products.