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ProudPet™ Patch

Comfortable For Your Pet & Convenient For You


Patented Design

The ProudPet™ Patch has five cool features. The velcro surface is awful to lick. The foam rubber cushion provides comfort without touching the wound. And the hole in the middle provides adjustable air circulation for quicker healing, an easy way to observe the wound and a simple way to apply ointment without redressing or removing the bandage. The patch is water resistant and unlike the cone, your pet has total mobility!

The Game Changing Bandage Design


Best Used For:
Hot Spots, Acral Lick Dermatitis, Stitches and Wounds on Legs

The outer surface of the bandage is made of a VELCRO® brand hook material that discourages pets from licking or chewing.


Wound Observation

Easily view the progress of the wound through the holes in the top of the bandage. There is no need to remove the bandage.

Adjustable Air Circulation

The design keeps the bandage from coming in contact with the wound and allows for regulated air flow which is comfortable and aids in quicker healing.

Easy Ointment Application

Simply remove the vent hole cover strips and apply ointment through the bandage holes. There is no need to remove the bandage each time!

Water Resistant

Unlike standard pet bandages, the ProudPet™ Patch is water resistant, so you won’t need to replace it every time it gets wet.



Great For Pet First Aid Kits!

How To Apply

Step 1

Love your pet.

Step 2

Remove velcro straps and paper adhesive.

Step 3

Position patch over the wound, press down to secure, then re-apply velcro straps. (Be careful not to tie the straps too tight.)

Step 4

Use the access hole to easily apply ointment, allow air circulation, and to observe the wound without removing the bandage.


"We started using the patch for an injury that the vet had provided us a cone to use. Our dog, Corey, is very active and likes to chew on things but he left the patch alone. We were able to go on hikes and the patch never came off and the wound was completely healed. I strongly recommend the patch as an alternative to the cone." - Rob S. (Pet Parent)
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