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Intas D Mag Wound Care Spray for Dogs

Intas D Mag Wound Care Spray for Dogs

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D Mag is a maggoticidal spray (wound healing spray for dogs) designed to effectively repel flies and eliminate maggot infestations in wounds. It contains three active ingredients that contribute to its efficacy: Gamma benzene hexachloride, proflavine hemisulfate, and cetrimide. Here are the key details about this maggoticidal spray:


Active Ingredients: Gamma benzene hexachloride, Proflavine hemisulfate, Cetrimide


Maggoticidal Spray


D Mag helps in the prevention and treatment of maggot infestation in wounds. Maggot infestations can be a significant concern, and this spray is designed to address this issue effectively.

Directions for Use:

  • Start by clipping the hair around the wound to ensure better access to the affected area.
  • Clean the affected area using diluted povidone iodine solution.
  • Apply the spray 3-4 times a day or as directed by your veterinarian. Consistent use is important to effectively address the maggot infestation.

Suitable for Dogs:

D Mag is suitable for use in dogs.


A licensed vendor partner will deliver this medicine to you. Once the pharmacy accepts your order, they will share their details with you. The acceptance of your order is based on the validity of your veterinarian's prescription and the availability of the medicine.


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  • The information provided here should not replace the guidance of a qualified veterinarian.
  • The information is for informational purposes and may not cover all aspects of specific health conditions, medicines, possible side effects, drug interactions, warnings, and alerts.
  • Always consult with your veterinarian and discuss all your questions and concerns related to pet health and medication. The aim is to support, not replace, the veterinarian-patient relationship.