... Willard's water in the concentrate form? would I get more of a benefit using it this way.
Dog bites can get quite infected. I recommend that you see your primary care doctor as soon as possible. It probably wont hurt to soak your hand but use as directed. Your Dr may want to prescribe an antibiotic. Do you know the dog that bit you? Is he up on his shots? that is an issue to be addressed as well.
Be sure this dog had its rabies shot. What the heck is Willard's water? Flushing the bite and using an antibiotic cream on it is good for starts, then see a dr ASAP, ER's are used to dog bites and will take good care of you. Dog bites do get infected very easily, because their mouths are dirty, and at least part of it is usually a puncture wound. If your tetanus shot is not up to date, you will need one, and if the dog didn't have rabies shots and you can't follow the dogs condition, ie as in a stray, then you may need them. Dog bites aren't anything to fool around with unless its your dog, and then only in regards to the rabies.
Hello, I looked the Willard water up the other day when we started getting some questions mentioning it. I am not a dr, or a scientist, but a pretty good accidental discoverer of accredited information, and this Willard water is a privately owned company that makes what it touts as a panacea, or cure all. It is likely just the latest greatest snake oil cure all to hit the market. Dearest Peggy Ann, go to the ER, have the bite looked at, mention whether you know if the dog has had it's shots or not, and get proper medical care. There is no water on earth that can cure rabies, infection or bodily harm just by soaking in it. I am not trying to be rude, I am trying to give you help, as did the others. If you don't have insurance, most ERs will still have to treat you by law. Take all your medication lists with you and also if you have had a tetanus shot within the last few years.
You may have to get the newer rabies shot if you didn't know for sure whether the dog has had it's shots. You may need a tetanus shot and antibiotics, pain meds, x rays or stitches. You can get all that at the ER. Please don't trust Willard water, aloe Vera, tea tree oil, or some other panacea with such a serious injury that could cause life long problems if not properly taken care of medically. And please update us, we do care around here. You have been answered by 3 of the best in the others answers. We all concur. I apologize if my answer seems tart, I tried to re write it a few different ways, it seemed a bit tart each way. So sorry. Patti
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