By: Steve Wegner From COEnglish Cocker Spaniel,Black Lab
. Hunts. Family pet. Competes. Was on a week long hunt in North Dakota. My brother's dog had a run in with a barb wire fence. Nearest vet was over an hour away and after cleaning up the wound (4 inch long cut) we needed to get the bleeding stopped. Put EMT gel over the wound and it sealed up very nicely.
Another story, hunting pheasants out in Colorado and my dog comes out of the field with blood everywhere. I look over the dog and finally come to the realization that the blood is coming from a pad. I think my day is over as I can't get the bleeding to stop. I pull out the EMT gel and apply it to the paw (after cleaning it up) and the bleeding stops. I even stop a couple of times on the way home to hit a couple of short hunts and no blood!
Review ID: 1309
out of 5-stars.