Collaclot and Pet First aid for bleeding

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Managing Head Injuries in Pets with COLLACLOT™


In this segment, we'll explore effective methods for addressing head injuries in pets, a challenging task due to the difficulty of applying pressure and securing bandages.

Prioritising Bleeding Control

When dealing with head wounds, it's crucial to prioritize bleeding control before addressing potential accompanying injuries.

Immediate Action

Immediate Priority: Stop the bleeding promptly and seek veterinary assistance.

Utilising COLLACLOT™: COLLACLOT™ provides an excellent solution for controlling bleeding in head injuries.

Application Method

Here's how to apply COLLACLOT™ to head wounds:

  • Product Selection: Depending on the wound size, use either a smaller COLLACLOT™ or tear a larger one in half and lay it across the wound.
  • Layering: Apply COLLACLOT™ directly onto the wound, and layer it with a dressing or gauze pad.
  • Bleeding Control: Apply direct pressure over the COLLACLOT™ until the bleeding stops, typically within three to five minutes.


After stopping the bleeding and securing COLLACLOT™, it's essential to seek professional veterinary intervention promptly to address the full extent of the injury.


COLLACLOT™ offers an effective solution for managing bleeding in head injuries in pets, providing temporary relief until professional veterinary assistance is obtained.