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Has anybody used engemycin antibiotic spray before to treat cuts and wounds on your dogs because i went to the vet today and asked for purple spray and they gave me engemycin blue antibiotic spray? Atb maddog1986

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Never heard of it. You can get purple spray from scats, farm shops, horsey type places, agricultural mercheants......................

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Engemycin is antibiotic far better than anything you can buy from scatts etc it is the same active ingredient as terramycin which is oxytetracycline the stuff from scats is antiseptic not antibiotic :thumbs:

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Never heard of it. You can get purple spray from scats, farm shops, horsey type places, agricultural mercheants......................

never herd of that one mate butt if you go to wher they sell horse suply's they should sell that purple spray ther thats wher i got mine from and it will be a dam site cheeper than the vets mate £5 to £7 is all i paid

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have used in the past, but i find warm salt water regular is a better alternative, atb jamiew

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Engemycin will be loads better than just ordinary Gentions violet. But use it sparingly as its an antibiotic based and too much use will see an immunity built up by the dog against its use...i,d just use it at the sight of infection and not clean wounds or sores...atb stabba

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have used in the past, but i find warm salt water regular is a better alternative, atb jamiew

I tend to use Cut-Heal (Liquid) avaliable at most horsey places, the dogs dont lick it like they do with blue spray its really good,

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