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Worried About Your Pet’s Hygiene? This Spray Kills 99% Bacteria Off Their Paws!

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At the end of the day, our pets need to be clean too!

While we humans are worried about a virus called Covid-19, that doesn’t mean our pets are free from being exposed to bacterias and viruses. With the time spent rolling outside in the mud or manhandling basically anything they can lay their hands on, there’s no telling what kind of germs they could pick up.

If you’re a pet parent who’s concerned about your fur baby contracting any lethal viruses, the first aspect you should take care of is their paw hygiene. PetMedic is Malaysia’s first and only pet first aid academy and they’ve released PetMedic Paw Spray, which is specially formulated by veterinarians and kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.

The spray works ten minutes after application and pet owners are advised to sanitise their pet’s paws regularly just as they would with their own hands. If you’re interested, Pet Medic has a buy one get one free set offer which you can get here for a limited period of time while stocks last.

POV: Your cat judging you while you sanitise your hands but not their paws

Besides selling pet-friendly products, PetMedic also aims to train pet parents in first aid which can save your pets life!

“According to the “American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)”, pet first aid care is not a substitute for veterinary care, it can save an animal’s life until it receives veterinary treatment.”

You start with a “Basic Pet First Aid Course”, learning what’s the normal vital signs and how to do a physical examination of your pets. Then, subsequently followed by the “Advance Pet First Aid Course”, where you’re exposed to various common emergency situations, explaining to you what are the symptoms and how pet first aid care comes into rescue.

Pet owners are also encouraged to go through the “PetCPR Course” and take on the “Certification Examination” which takes place on the very same day! To learn more about their pet first aid courses, you can visit their website here.

 

Also read: Thai Girl Comes Across An Injured Chicken & Now It’s Her Pet!

Source: PetMedic


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