Dr. Naylor Udder BalmThis page contains information on Dr. Naylor Udder Balm for veterinary use.
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Dr. Naylor Udder BalmThis treatment applies to the following species:
NDC No.: 15878-413-13
Inactive Ingredients: Petrolatum, water, lanolin, wax, oil of clove, sodium borate, color, and isopropyl alcohol 0.2%.
Dr. Naylor Udder Balm Indications
Chapped teats, minor cuts, scrapes, scratches, chafes, windburn, and sunburn.
Designed to remain in prolonged antiseptic contact, to reduce the danger of external infection by inhibiting bacterial growth.
Dosage and AdministrationApply liberally after each milking or as often as necessary.
Udder Massage: To promote better circulation in a congested udder, apply liberally with a thorough massage, removing milk at each application.
Caution(s): Do not use in case of deep or puncture wounds or serious burns. Consult a veterinarian. If redness, irritation, or swelling persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Thoroughly wash the udder and teats before each milking.
For animal use only.
Keep from the reach of children.
Presentation: 9 oz. (255 g) tin or 36 oz. pail.
NAC No.: 10890080
121 MAIN ST., P.O. BOX 190, MORRIS, NY, 13808-0190
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