Aloe by Vic

Veterinary formula 

Who knows that aloe can be used on animals? 

In 1844 the Veterinary Schools were granted a Royal charter to become the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. At this time Aloe Vera was a major player in the treatment of animals – so much so that the college chose to depict Aloe Vera in its coat of arms. However the use of Aloe Vera, for both animals and humans fell from favour and it’s only in the last twenty years or so that this gift from nature has been acknowledged.  (Taken from “Aloe Vera natures gift” by David Urch BSc MA VetMB Dip Herb Med MRCVS)

Most of the products can be used on animals, but the Veterinary Spray has been specially formulated for animals and the spray bottle means you can apply it easily to clean off large areas, or adjust the spray for smaller wounds. 

This spray is a great first defence after a scrape, cut, bruise or wound on any animal and uses the healing power of aloe to help recovery.

Get in touch if you have any specific animal questions or want to place an order.

Vic xx

2 thoughts on “Veterinary formula 

  1. I always have an aloe Vera plant in the house but it’s many my daughter and her friends who need it! It’s also great as a face moisturis erratic for me. 😉 I’m not sure the cat would appreciate it though as they don’t like anything like that!

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    1. My cat doesn’t like the spray, but I use the gelly on her when she gets cuts and scrapes…no idea how as she’s an indoor cat! My sister uses the spray on her horses and dogs for bigger areas, it’s fab stuff! Xx

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