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Miracle Care Kwik Stop Styptic Powder, 0.5 Oz
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- Quickly helps stop bleeding
- For minor cuts
- Tail dockings
- Complete First Aid Care program.
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Kwik Stop Syptic
Professional's Choice Since 1961
For over 50 years Kwik Stop has been used externally to control bleeding caused by nail trimming, tail docking and minor, superficial cuts.
Our Ingredients Make The Difference
Our main ingredient, Ferric Subsulfate is the highest grade (pharmaceutical quality) used for superior results. Ferric Subsulfate is a hemostatic agent which stops bleeding fast by contracting blood vessels.
The addition of Benzocaine eases pain and itching in minor wounds and allows for healing with minimal discomfort.
- Ferric Subsulfate Stops Bleeding Fast
- Benzocaine Relieves Pain and Discomfort
- On the Market for Over 50 Years
- Made In USA
A full line of Kwik Stop Styptic Solutions
Original Kwik Stop Powder
For over 50 years, the best pet styptic on the market; Kwik Stop Powder quickly and effectively controls minor bleeding caused by clipping nails, claws, and wings, docking tails and minor superficial cuts.
Kwik Stop Styptic Gel
Kwik Stop Gel forms an instant barrier to allow bleeding to clot quickly. Available in 1 oz. and 4 oz. bottles or as single use swabs providing a no mess application method to stop minor bleeding.
Kwik Stip Styptic Pads
Our fast acting Kwik Stop styptic in convenient, pre-soaked disposable pads. Perfect for use while traveling or hiking. Each container holds 90 pads.
Kwik Tips Styptic Nail Caps
Revolutionary Kwik Tips offer the easiest application method by far. Each pre-loaded applicator uses a flexible nail cap filled with Kwik Stop to seal the nail while it heals. Simply push onto the nail and release leaving the nail cap in place. Also helps to prevent staining of carpets or upholstery.
Maintaining your dog's nails
Depending on your dog's lifestyle, you can expect to trim their nails every 2 to 4 weeks. If you hear your dog's nails tapping on the ground, it's time to trim them. Here are some pointers:
1. Always use nail clipper made for dogs.
2. Trim the nail, clipping only the tip above the quick to avoid blood vessels or nerves.
Note: White nails have a pink quick going from the base of the nail to near the tip and is easily visible. A black nail has a quick that is darker than the rest of the nail making it difficult to see.
3. If the quick is accidentally cut, the nail will start to bleed. Use Kwik Stop styptic to stop the bleeding.
4. Nails trimmed on a regular basis will have a receding quick making them easier to maintain.
Miracle Care Kwik Stop Styptic Powder quickly helps stop bleeding from minor cuts, nail clippings and tail dockings. First Aid Products by Miracle Care provide pet owners with peace of mind knowing that they will always be prepared in the event of minor, unexpected injuries to their pets. Kwik Stop has been the leading styptic powder for over 40 years. Kwik Stop contains Benzocaine to block pain caused from minor superficial cuts. Kwik Stop is available in powder, fast acting gel formula and convenient pre-soaked pads and is safe for use on dogs, cats and birds.
Style: powder | Size: .5 ounce
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I have had cats my entire life, and never once clipped a claw too close, to cause bleeding, but with birds, I have clipped their little nails and with my little chihuahua, (her nails are all black, so I can't see where the "pink" part would be…).. and twice in the 5 years, I have clipped one of her nails too close, touching the nerve… and it started to bleed… I immediately ran to the bathroom to get this, mixed a tiny bit on the tip of a moist q-tip, and applied it to the bleeding nail, and the bleeding is stopped… I wait until it's dry, or it will come off, and the bleeding starts again… and it heals on its own in a day or two.
This is a necessary part of anyones first aid (for their pets) kit...
Styptic on its own burns like well, what I imagine a lit cigarette must feel like being pressed onto your skin. All of the topical anesthetics sting like crazy on small open wounds such as scrapes, scratches, and pet nail boo-boos but fortunately the sting from those stops rather quickly in mere seconds!
I would recommend this to any pet owner!
Just a side note: I would not recommend this for humans, ESPECIALLY for large wounds!! This is an animal product so it may or may not meet the standards of the FDA for human use. BUT, styptic for humans should be a part of ANY first aid kit!
One of my relatives broke a glass plate and was picking up the broken glass as carefully as he could. He managed to cut/puncture himself (of course) on the palm, right below his thumb. Aside from bleeding profusely, the cut was long and should have warranted a visit to the ER to get a couple stitches. As soon as we cleaned the puncture I thought of using this on the wound as a last resort. I do not recommend doing this, though. And on the product it says not to use on puncture/deep wounds. But...they obviously weren't going to go anywhere and so I thought "why not try?" The wound was prob .25" deep and 1 .25" across. We pulled back each side of the cut to expose as much of the wound possible, poured a bit of styptic powder into it, and then applied light pressure to the wound to compact the powder, and then proceeded to wrap the wound with clean gauze.
Rather than stinging immediately like some people claim, my relative noticed first a numbing sensation for 15 mins, then pain in his hand for 1-1 1/2hrs and then nothing. The pain was not unbearable he commented, just consistent and annoying. Now this is a full grown man (150lbs) in his 50's. Don't know the pain threshold of younger adults or kids, so it might sting like hell itself to them. It's important to note that his puncture wound was smaller, but still should have required stitches.
But this stuff did the trick. When I saw him next Christmas I literally could NOT tell which hand the puncture was on (I was worried about scarring) and where on the hand it occurred! Because styptic powder contracts tissue to seal the would, it can be harmful if applied close to arteries, veins, etc. that should not be artificially merged with other tissue. That is why its so dangerous to use on deep puncture wounds or large surface area wounds. I was actually more amazed with the results than what I thought it would look like. There was no scarring. Use with common sense, follow tried and true steps when handling situations and sometimes a little creativity can get the job done. And it is ALWAYS better to use less than more.
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