Excessive Redness at the Incision Site

The incision site does not cure as usual and stays red colored. Always consult a veterinarian, or pet surgeon, when an incision site is not healing, an open incision site can get infected if not treated. This can have a serious effect on your cat or dog's health, and need to be treated as soon as possible.

Excessive Redness at the Incision Site

Excessive Redness at the Incision Site Affects

  • Dogs
  • Cats

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