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Top Reasons To Use Silverquine

No adverse reactions

Safe for any size animal

No fly or insect attraction



Water based with no alcohol

Advanced Animal Wellness

Whether it’s healing minor cuts or hot spots, soothing irritated skin, lacerations and even 1st and 2nd degree burns, pet owners and Veterinarians trust Silverquine's advanced animal wound care gel.


Safe for all animals
at all life stages


Free of antibiotics, steroids,
alcohol or synthetic chemicals


Will not sting, burn, or harm
healthy tissue


Used and recommended by
veterinarians worldwide

What is Silverquine?

SILVERQUINE Animal Wound Dressing is a water-base hydro gel wound dressing for use in moist wound care management. The gel contains silver that may help inhibit the growth of microorganisms within the dressing. SILVERQUINE Animal Wound Dressing Gel has been evaluated in standard tests that show it can reduce the level of common microorganisms.

Topical management of:

Minor Cuts, Lacerations, Abrasions
1st and 2nd Degree Burns,
Skin Irritations

Efficacy - Testimonial

"I have a mare that is prone to getting summer sores each year and this year was no different. This time it was on her face and it was pretty ugle. I applied SILVERQUINE twice daily and after 5 days of treatment the sore was half way gone and completely gone within 2 weeks.
I have tried so many different products and nothing is compared. Goodby Summer Sores!"

Jacky, Wildflower Paso Finos




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