Bee Sting Ointment

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When your overly curious and friendly dog tries to chase after a bee and gets himself stung, our bee sting ointment will treat the area to keep your dog comfortable in a less than comfortable situation.

According to the AKC if your dog gets stung follow the steps below:

  1. Carefully remove the stinger with tweezers.
  2. Apply our oinment and water to the site of the sting
  3. Apply an ice pack to relieve swelling and pain.
  4. Ask your vet about giving your dog a dose of oral antihistamine.
  5. Give your dog fresh water and watch them carefully.

Net 2.0 oz (tin)

INGREDIENTS: Sodium Bicarbonate, Arrowroot Powder, Bentonite Clay, Grapeseed Oil, Pine tar Oil, Raw Honey, Peppermint Oil, Lavender Oil

DIRECTIONS: Remove stinger with tweezers. Clean the area to be treated with warm water.  Pull back fur and apply paste to the area. Do not rub in. Thin the paste with water or witch hazel if a thinner paste is desired. Leave on for about 30 minutes and remove with a wet cloth.