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  • Clotisol® stops most minor bleeding immediately
  • Acts as "First Aid" application while it covers and protects
  • Multiple uses - nail trims, beak trims, ear crops, minor cuts and wounds, tail docks
  • Ideal for veterinarians, groomers, aviaries, breeders, and pet owners
Clotisol® is a blood clotting suspension that stops bleeding in animals caused by minor cuts and wounds. Clotisol® can be used effectively in nail trimmings, tail docking, ear cropping and on other minor bleeding sites.
For animal use only.
For external use only.

Packaging: Spill proof 2 oz plastic, squirt top bottle.
Ingredients: Ferric Sulfate, Aluminum Sulfate, Collagen Protein, and Chlorxylenol in Suspension.
Directions for Use: Shake well before using. To stop bleeding, apply a liberal amount directly to wound. If bleeding does not stop, consult your veterinarian.

Do not use in deep wounds or burns.

Keep out of reach of children.

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By: Kat
From: FL
Works fast, great product
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