Virbac Wound Gard Spray For Cats and Dogs – 50ml

Virbac Wound Gard is an antiseptic and anti-fungal bitterant spray, suitable for use on cats and dogs, that protects healing wounds.

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VIRBAC Wound Gard Spray For Cats and Dogs - 50ml


Virbac Wound Gard Spray For Cats and Dogs - 50ml

Virbac Wound Gard is an bitterant spray with antiseptic and anti-fungal actions that is safe for use on cats and dogs.

It is designed for use on wounds and skin conditions to protect site healing and discourage your pet from licking the area.

When pets lick or bite at their wounds, it can lead to further irritation and infection. Virbac Wound Gard is the perfect solution to promote fast healing.


  • An effective bitterant spray for wounds
  • Antiseptic and anti-fungal activity
  • Mild local anaesthetic properties
  • Deters licking and biting wounds
  • Safe for use on cats and dogs
  • Easy to apply

Virbac Wound Gard is a proven deterrent to protect any healing wounds or areas with sutures.

It is ideal for use on dogs and cats with wounds following treatment or surgery, particularly when protection of sutures is important or where infection is a possibility.

It is also an effective deterrent to discourage biting and licking behaviours on itchy or irritated skin, such as for dogs and cats with eczema, dermatoses or granuloma.

The antiseptic and anti-fungal properties within Virbac Wound Gard support natural healing processes, while the bitter taste deters your pet from interfering with healing.

In addition to its anti-chew effect, Virbac Wound Gard also has mild local anaesthetic properties to provide soothing relief to your pet.

Virbac Wound Gard Spray - Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can Virbac Wound Gard be used for prevention?

The product can be used successfully following surgery for dog castrations, cat castrations, dog spays, cat spays and following minor surgery.

2. Does Virbac Wound Gard impair wound healing?

No, in a clinical trial that involved 16 dogs and 21 cats, there were no instances of apparent irritation or hypersensitivity, or impairment of wound healing.

3. How often should I apply Virbac Wound Gard?

The product should be applied to the affected area three times per day.

4. What was the incidence of self-mutilation when owners were using Virbac Wound Gard?

Licking and biting of the wound of not more than a trivial amount was reported by owners in 6/37 cases, but in no case did this result in the removal of stitches and/or reopening of the wound.

Dosage and Directions for Use

  1. Shake well before use
  2. Apply liberally to affected area three times per day. As a guide, spray 3-4 pumps per 2cm length of wound


  • Chlorhexidine gluconate 10 g/L
  • Menthol 5 g/L
  • Denatonium benzoate 200 mg/L
  • Phenoxyethanol 20 mL/L
  • Eucalyptus oil 10 mL/L

Additional information

Dimensions 4 × 4 × 12 cm




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