VetResponse® Wound + Skin Gel


Veterinarian recommended for pets and animals in wound management. Enjoy Fast Results!

VetResponse Wound and Skin Gel is a thicker version of our popular Liquid Wound formula. This gel can be used to help protect a wound bed from dirt and soothes the wound area.  A great addition to any wound care management program, Nixall® VetResponse® Wound and Skin Gel may be used for cuts and lacerations, burns, blisters and all skin irritations. All of this is accomplished without using antibiotics, steroids, or alcohol. Safe to lick and safe to use around the eyes, nose, ears, and mouth. Your pet will love it.

VETRESPONSE® line of products offers to you the pet lover and livestock owner, the most effective and affordable wound management product in the world. 

  • For use on lacerations, cuts, abrasions, irritations and burns
  • Sun blisters, skin irritations
  • Helps accelerate the healing process
  • Detours flies on wound area
  • Safe to use around eyes, nose and mouth
  • Safe if licked and will not irritate wounds or sores
  • Is not a bleach steroid or alcohol
  • 18-month shelf life

"We have been using Nixall products for years on all of our aimals, horses, cats, & dog, as well as on our selves. We have not found anything better on the market. I cannot understand or explain how it works, but I know it does and that is all that matters.This is truly an amazing product. Thank you for developing and providing such a wonderful product."

~Victor C.

"Our dog had chewed herself raw and hairless all down her hind quarters and was starting on the front. Fleas, mites, the vermin problem was an ongoing fight but improving my dogs health was paramount. Twice a day application of your product showed results in as little as 4 days, new hair growth and dog-rot smell as fading. I carried your product to a friend who's dog was suffering the same. And the same results were observed. I'm sold."

~Lora R.

"I’m using the wound gel on a bad puncture wound in my best friend's shoulder. We are spraying it 3 to 4 times a day and it’s made a big difference. Unfortunately this type of wound takes a long time to heal."

~Joyce H.

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