Doc's Leg Paint (Canada)This page contains information on Doc's Leg Paint for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Doc's Leg Paint Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Doc's Leg Paint
- Direction and dosage information for Doc's Leg Paint
Doc's Leg PaintThis treatment applies to the following species:
VETERINARY LEG PAINT
Aids in the Prevention and Treatment of:
- Knee injuries
- Hock injuries
- Tendon and suspensory damage
Doc’s Leg Paint aids in preventing and treating of knee injuries, therapins, osselets, hock injuries, splints, tendon and suspensory damage.
Doc's Leg Paint Caution
Store at room temperature. Keep away from open flame. Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Not for human use. For external use only. Keep away from children. Do not use on horses intended for food.
Directions For Use
Shake well before application. Make sure the leg is clean and dry prior to application. Using the attached brush, apply Doc’s Leg Paint in a downward motion with the growth of the hair. After applying Doc’s Leg Paint, a standing bandage may be used to promote scurfing. Apply Doc’s Leg Paint on the desired area with the growth of the hair and leave unbandaged for maximum tightening effects. Doc’s Leg Paint may be diluted for the thin-skinned horse. Discontinue if excessive irritation occurs.
Isopropyl alcohol, potassium iodide, methyl salicylate and cedarwood oil.
You can find information on the complete line of Hawthorne products at hawthorne-products.com
MADE IN U.S.A.
Net Weight 16 U.S. oz. (.473 Liter)
Hawthorne Products, 16828 N. State Road 167 N., Dunkirk, IN 47336
NAC No.: 12580131
16828 NORTH STATE ROAD 167 NORTH, P.O. BOX 226, DUNKIRK, IN, 47336
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