Lidocaine for dogs

Question

lidocaine for dogs? Can I really use this numbing cream or spray on my dog, he is suffering from pains, and I was wondering if using lidocaine will help him or not.

Lidocaine for dogs

No you cannot use lidocaine cream or lidocaine spray on your dog.

According to the FDA, lidocaine was only tested on humans not pet, you need a product that was made for pets.

The FDA have said, human product and pet’s product are too different since they were made of different ingredients, especially when it comes to medication.

What I have been using on my dog is Pet alive comfy pet pain relief spray.

There are a lot of pain relieving product for dogs available on the market right now especially online, but I would only advise you to use Pet alive comfy pet pain relief spray since it is what I have been using for the past 12 months.

Benefit of using Pet alive comfy pet spray on dogs

  • It provide immediate pain relief
  • It makes the injuries heal faster
  • It provide protection against germs and bacteria’s
  • Best for minor cuts and minor wounds
  • Provide pain relief for joint
  • Provide pain relief for muscle soreness
  • It will reduce discomfort due to old age or injury

I have been using this spray for about 12 months and I don’t have a single regret.

What I mostly love about this spray is that, it can be also used on cats as well.

This saved me a lot of money since I don’t have to buy a different product for my cats, I’m using this spray on both pets.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK THE PRICE of pet alive comfy pet pain relieving spray.

CLICK HERE TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other people are saying who have also used this spray on their pets.

Please Note: pet alive was approved by the FDA to be only used on Dogs and Cats.

I have also tried lidocaine on my dog when he was injured, but lidocaine didn’t help at all but it made the pain worse and it also caused skin irritation and itching.

After using lidocaine on my dog for a full week without getting any result, I immediately sent my doctor a message.

Hey doc, this is Durban, I’ve been using lidocaine cream on my dog wounds but it kind of burns and causing irritations and itching, what else can I use?

Doctor Miles Dicapro : well first of all lidocaine cannot be used on pets, it was only made for humans, don’t ever use it again, I would advise you to buy a numbing spray called pet alive comfy pet, it awesome, my wife is using it on the cat and also on the dog.

The spray I’m telling you about can be used for minor wounds, injuries and also for pain relief. I don’t know of any pharmacy that is selling pet alive though, my wife bought it from amazon.

As you can see from the conversation above, my doctor recommended pet alive and his wife is a vet.

But I honestly didn’t buy this just because my doctor told me too, I bought it after reading customer reviews, people who also used this spray on their pets were recommending it as well.

Advise: lidocaine is a very well-known numbing product, I’m also using it on myself, but when it comes to pets, you really need to use something that was approved by the FDA to be suitable for pets.

I’m not saying that you should use pet alive comfy pet just because I’m also using it, there are a lot of product you can use, I’m only against using lidocaine on your dog.

Look for something that was made for dogs………

If you are not sure whether to use pet alive comfy pet or something else than you can go to amazon and look for something there I’m sure you’ll find something that will help.

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