Friday, March 31, 2017

The Magic of Dr. Harvey's Healing Cream

Bentley Basset Hound loves his Dr. Harvey's Healing Cream
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    If you have a dog, spring means they're spending lots of time outside chasing squirrels and butterflies. It is also the time when they come indoors with scratches and cuts from unknown sources. That is why it is so important to have a jar of Dr. Harvey’s Healing Cream in the first aid kit.
Dr. Harvey's Healing Cream for Companion Animals
    We like to refer to it as “Magic Cream” because your dog’s ouchies and boo-boos magically disappear! There is no hocus-pocus about it. Dr. Harvey’s combined a holistic blend of Organic Shea Butter and Herbal Extracts to make an amazing healing cream.
Bentley's mystery injury on day 1
   I use it on cuts, rashes, hot spots, sunburn or any other skin injuries on Bentley or Pierre. Unlike many other ointments, Dr. Harvey’s Healing Cream is gentle and made in the U.S.A. If your dogs are like mine, they can’t hold their licker. That means as soon as I apply the cream, they want to lick it off. In this case, it’s not a problem because it is perfectly safe. If you are treating an area that is easily licked such as a paw, you might want to put a Pawz™ or other cover to allow the cream some time to work its magic. I like to apply the cream at night when they are ready to go to sleep.
Day 3 shows Bentley's injury healed!
   Dr. Harvey’s Healing Cream is not greasy and the boys both seem to relax as soon as I rub it into their skin. I’m sure it is very soothing on their skin. We have been using this cream for two years now and it has replaced all of our other ointments. The results are incredible and as you can see in the photos, it works fast! You can also use this incredible cream on cats too! The jar is available in a 1.5 oz. jar for $11.95 and lasts a long time because a little dab will do ya. 
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22 comments :

  1. thanks for a great idea!!! we hope we can get it here, it looks like a good replacement for the milking grease we often use... and it's not greasy while the milking grease is... yes what it says ;O)))

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  2. LadyBug has a bit of a dry skin problem at the moment and I am trying to get it under control before we head off on our trip. I have been using coconut oil, but if that doesn't work, I just may have to give this ointment a try! Thanks for the tip and Happy Weekend!

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  3. Yikes, that looks painful! Glad it healed up quickly for you, my love!

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  4. Mom will order me a little tub of that good stuff. It will come in handy in case of my allergies making me try to scratch my face off again. Thanks!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  5. What a great product!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  6. That sounds like good stuff to have on hand.

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  7. We have a tub of this on hand!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  8. We don't get many boo boos but I've never really liked using human ointments. We will have to try this.

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  9. We heard that stuff is pretty good
    Lily & Edward

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  10. Oh my CATS it was magic right before our eyes
    Hugs madi your bfff and mom

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  11. That sounds like a great product ! Is it safe for cats too ? Purrs

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  12. Wow, it's amazing how well that works! This sounds like a great product to have on hand.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  13. That looks like some good stuff!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  14. Oh good! You can use it on cats. Is it okay if cats lick it? We might have to try this.

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  15. THAT would be some GOOD stuffs fur our mom to put in our Medicine/Furst Aide box.

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  16. With 8 pups in the house, someone is always getting a bump or a scratch! I'll have to look into that. Neosporin just doesn't work that great on fur.

    Thank you for the POTP for Holly. She is doing fine now. The surgery was a success and the evil "C" monster is no longer a threat! POTP is very powerful! :)

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  17. OMD, that sounds FABulous! I gets all kinds of weird bumps and stuffs, maybe Ma needs to gets me a jar of this stuffs!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  18. Safe and effective - a winning combination!

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  19. So it really works good for hot spots? Would be nice to have something over the counter to refer people to when ask me about hot spots out if work.

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  20. This definitely sounds like a great product! My Husky, Icy, is so darn active she's always getting little cuts & scrapes. It's so important that it is SAFE for pets!
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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