Wound glue for dogs

Wound glue for dogs

Wound glue for dogs is an n-butyl α-cyanoacrylate adhesive used to bond tissue together for veterinary procedures. Vets regularly use medical adhesive in surgery and for wound repair for dogs, and other animals.


Wound glue for dogs is a kind of cyanoacrylate glue medical, on contact with skin tissue, quickly bonds tissues together to seal a cut for veterinary procedures. Commonly used in lacerations/abrasions, declaws, cuts, tail docking, and surgical procedures.






Wound glue is filling in a 2g tube, it only needs to twist to open.

No need for additional tools (scissors or needles)

About the item

Vibrant Blue or purple Color Identification
Main Ingredients: purified n-butyl cyanoacrylate monomer

NOTE: A white chalky material may form on the outside of the bottle. This is normal and does not compromise the effectiveness or integrity of the tissue adhesive.

Surgical Procedures Application-Bladder Stone Surgery in Dogs

Wound Size: 4cm

After the veterinarian completes surgery for bladder stones, clean cut thoroughly and make sure there is no debris or dirt in the area. Approximate the edges of the surgical site and sparingly apply wound glue to cut surfaces.

One drop for each digit should be sufficient. Do not allow wound adhesive to drip into the cavity.
Hold skin edges together for 5-10 seconds.

From the video, it can be seen that the surgical incision is firmly bonded

When wound surgical glue is used to seal cuts for pets, contact your veterinarian immediately if you notice:

• continuous dripping or seepage of blood or other fluids from the incision
• intermittent blood seepage that continues for more than 24 hours
• swelling, excessive redness of the skin, foul smells, or discharge
More information about wound surgical glue in here.

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