Underwood Horse Medicine Topical Wound Spray 16oz


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  • Topical wound spray
  • For major cuts, punctures, rips and tears of flesh
  • Extraordiniarily fast healing
  • Easy to use
  • Can be used on horses, dogs, cats, goats, sheep, and cattle
  • 16 oz
  • UDW01

Underwood Horse Medicine is a topical wound spray for minor and major cuts, punctures, rips and tears of the flesh.  It has been tested and used by breeders of World Champion horses, equine specialist, NCHA Champion, IPRA World Champion, WPRA World Champion & APHA Halter World Champion.  Although Underwood Horse Medicine was developed for horses, it's amazing healing properties have been successful on other farm and ranch animals such as dogs, cats, goats, sheep, cattle and even ostriches.

Incredible Results
  • 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Bekah on 7/19/16

I had asked some friends that show World Champion Quarter horses in halter classes what they use for scar prevention and 95% of them recommended Underwoods. I ordered it and was not disappointed. Loved it and it was so easy to use with the baking powder and unless you are looking for an old scar you will not see it even though the horse had a tear all the way into the muscle.

MIRACLE in a bottle
  • 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Ginny on 12/17/16

This stuff is a miracle in a bottle. I won't be caught without it EVER!!!!!

Amazing Product
  • 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Happy on 11/21/18

I had a horse that ripped the top layer off of his lower front leg after I had already spent a ton of money on kissing spine issues. I was desperate and really had no time or money left to spend. A friend told me about this product and I didn't even get the skin stitched back up, just cut off the hanging skin and started spraying this on daily with the baking power dusted on top. No rinsing or anything and it healed AMAZING!! I highly recommend this stuff.

Helps prevent granular mutation on large wounds
  • 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Mustangmeggy on 4/9/19

Been using this for years. Horses typically heal fine on their own with most cuts. But for tears, punctures, large wounds that can't be stitched, this helps with the normal granular tissue that forms but also minimizes the forming of proud flesh or mutation of the granular tissue.

Overall Customer Rating:

  • 5/5
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