An Effective Ointment for Cat Injuries and Wounds
A natural topical ointment made with arnica and St. John’s wort in an Olive oil and bee’s wax base, NHV Heal Care can help rescue your kitty’s hurt or injured paws. This herbal ointment for cats helps soothe inflammation, and supports healing, and is completely safe if licked by your little one (though we always recommend wrapping in gauze if possible).
NHV Heal Care is useful for:
- Cracked and inflamed paw pads
- Topical arthritic and muscle discomfort support
- Sprains or injury
- Topical support for fungal and bacterial infections
Support for Pillowfoot in Pets
Pododermatitis or Pillowfoot is when your cat’s foot pads swell. You may notice symptoms like swelling, softness, ulceration, and discharge. Heal Care along with the supplements found in our Pillowfoot kit help provide full spectrum support for your little one.
*Because swollen paws usually indicate an uncomfortable infection, contact your cat’s vet team immediately for treatment. X-rays may be necessary if your vet suspects a broken bone. Individual treatment for swollen paws varies depending on the cause. It may require constant nail trimming, a wound cleanse with antibiotics or a splint.
How NHV Remedies Support Cats With Sore Paws
The natural discomfort-relief properties of Arnica and St. John’s Wort can help keep them a little more comfortable. Arnica also works to balance your cat’s immune system, so when injuries do occur, this cat ointment for wounds can help add an extra layer of defense. Heal Care cat injury ointment aids the recovery process when bacterial or fungal infections do set in. The antifungal and antibacterial properties help clear up the infections causing your pet trouble.
Supplement Your Pet’s Prescribed Care Plan Today
Help to get your cats back on their feet with a 100% natural pet care solution that’s safe for everyday use. Heal Care Ointment for Cats can enhance your veterinarian’s current treatment plan for faster healing and a happier pet. Our cat ointment for wounds is vet-approved to ensure your pet is always receiving the best when it comes to pet support.
- item number
- 0.70 LBS
- 2 fl. oz. (60ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, kitten
- made in
- Arnica— Help relieve discomfort, reduces inflammation, helps clear up fungal and bacterial infections, and supports the immune system
- St. John’s Wort— Contains antiseptic and analgesic properties, reduces inflammation, and encourages healing. When applied topically, St. John’s wort helps stimulate tissue repair.
How to Administer
Topical ointment: Clean and dry paw pads. Apply to affected area 3 to 4 times per day until healed. It may be necessary to use booties or wrap the paw with gauze dressing so that your pet does not lick the ointment.
Do not apply on open or bleeding wounds. Heal Care ointment contains arnica which may cause a skin allergy on some very sensitive pets. Try the product on a hairless part of the body first to test for sensitivity
Why is my Cat Scratching Everything?
Cats use their paws to communicate, and scratching or ‘marking’ their territory is just one of the ways they tell other cats about themselves. Cats leave pheromones on the surface of the object they scratched via the scent glands located on their paw pads.
What is the best Way for me to cut my cat’s nails
Making sure your kitty’s claws are trimmed is part of essential grooming to make sure your cat is healthy and happy. But trimming those kitty claws can be tricky. Here’s a quick how to video on how to trim your cat’s nails. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERIgyGHzJAc
Is my Cat Really Uncomfortable?
Cat’s are excellent at hiding their discomfort as a form of protection. If your cat has an injured paw pad it is best to support them and see a professional to make sure infection doesn’t arise.
Why doesn’t my cat let me touch their paw pads?
You may want to squeeze those little toe beans, but most cats don’t like their paws being touched and there’s good reason for this. Cat paws are full of nerve receptors, so your cat can feel changes in texture, pressure and even vibrations through their paw pads. All the more reason to keep those paw pads in tip-top condition!