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Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Professional Groomer's Styptic Powder is quick bleed stopper.




Pet nail clipping can be a delicate operation, particularly with animals that may not welcome the procedure. Trimming a pet’s nails with clippers or electric filers can be trickier than it sounds, and it’s easy to cut too close. This mishap seems especially prevalent when animals have dark nails, as it’s difficult to see where to stop.

When a pet’s nails are clipped too closely, considerable bleeding can result. That’s where a product like Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Professional Groomer's Styptic Powder is handy. The user applies this powder directly to the bleeding site, where it generally stops bleeding within about 15 seconds. Professional pet groomers keep it in stock for just this purpose.

Styptic powder may be used on dogs, cats, and other pets (as directed). Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Professional Groomer's Styptic Powder is not to be used on humans or other animals, except as directed. Application is simple, as the product is sold in a handy little tub, into which most pet’s paws fit easily.

The American-made dry powder (containing Ferric Subsulfate, Bentonite, Potassium Aluminum Sulfate, Diatomaceous Earth, and Ammonium Chloride) clots blood upon contact by drying up moisture in the application spot. Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Professional Groomer's Styptic Powder retails for approximately $10 (less for Amazon Prime users) for a 1.5-ounce container.

Just this week, we reached for Cardinal Laboratories Remedy and Recovery Professional Groomer’s Styptic Powder after filing my Lab Mix rescue pup’s nails with a Dremel Cordless Rotary Tool. One of her nails began to bleed, and the styptic powder did the trick.

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