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We offer products solutions to animal health care in veterinary hospitals and pasture .our products include cohesive flexible bandages and first-aid bandages in numerous sizes and colors.the bandage sticks to itself,does not stick to fur of animals, is easy-to hand tear ,no need scissors .
Lovely patterns   are designed for pets with moderate stickness ,while the bandage for Vet is with great stick to confirm a stable ,long-lasting support.also vet bandage  is strong ,sweat and water resistant .
we also develop bitter bandage ,which can prevent animals bite and tear the bandage .
1.Securing pads and dressings, 
2.Pressure bandage to promote circulation and healing
3.Protective bandage,prevent horse from sprains and strains during race 
4.partial immobilization,
Postoperatively leg wrap
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Zhejiang Kanglidi Medical Articles Co., Ltd.
Kanglidi was established in August 1995 and has been focusing on the field of medical supplies for 29 years. It is a quality-oriented high-tech enterprise specializing in the research, development, production and sales of medical dressings.The registered capital is 5 million RMB and the total number of employees is 245. The company covers an area of over 10,000 square meters, has a 300,000-level clean production workshop, and has a complete set of production equipment and inspection systems. It has formed the production capacity of hundreds of varieties of self-adhesive elastic bandages, medical tapes, sports tapes, kinesiology patches, wound dressings, sterile surgical films, medical cooling patches, face towels, aid kits, etc. The product has been certified by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), TUV SÜD's ISO13485 quality management system certification, and has obtained CE certification.
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What are the benefits of Cohesive Bandage For Pet?

Cohesive bandages for pets offer several benefits, similar to those for humans:
Self-adherence: Cohesive bandages stick to themselves without the need for adhesive, making them easy to apply and adjust. This feature is particularly beneficial for pets who may be sensitive to traditional adhesive bandages.
Comfort: The flexible and breathable nature of cohesive bandages provides comfort for pets during wear. They conform to the animal's body without restricting movement excessively, allowing them to move comfortably while still providing support.
Compression and support: Cohesive bandages provide gentle compression and support to injured areas, helping to reduce swelling, stabilize joints, and promote healing. This is especially useful for pets recovering from sprains, strains, or surgery.
Versatility: Cohesive bandages for pets are versatile and can be used for various applications, including securing dressings, covering wounds, protecting injured areas, and providing support during physical activity.
No adhesive residue: Cohesive bandages do not leave behind sticky residue when removed, reducing the risk of skin irritation or damage to the pet's fur or skin.
Breathability: Many cohesive bandages are designed with breathable materials, allowing air to circulate around the wrapped area. This helps prevent moisture buildup and maintains skin integrity, promoting comfort and reducing the risk of skin issues.
Ease of removal: Cohesive bandages can be easily removed without causing discomfort or trauma to the pet. Unlike traditional adhesive bandages or tapes, they do not pull on the fur or skin when taken off.
Latex-free options: Many cohesive bandages for pets are latex-free, making them suitable for animals with latex allergies or sensitivities.

How to use Cohesive Bandage For Pet?

Using cohesive bandages for pets follows similar principles to their use in humans. Here's a guide on how to apply cohesive bandages for your pet:
Prepare the area: Clean and dry the area of your pet's body where you'll be applying the cohesive bandage. Ensure there are no open wounds or debris.
Start wrapping: Begin wrapping the cohesive bandage around the area with a slight overlap, just like you would with a traditional bandage. Start at the bottom of the limb or body part and work your way up, wrapping with gentle tension.
Maintain tension: As you continue wrapping, maintain a consistent tension. Be careful not to wrap too tightly, as this could restrict circulation or cause discomfort for your pet.
Overlap: Each wrap should overlap the previous one by about half its width. This helps to secure the bandage in place and provides better support.
Cover the area completely: Continue wrapping until the entire area is covered or until you've reached the desired level of compression and support. Ensure that the bandage extends slightly beyond the area you're wrapping to prevent it from unraveling.
Secure the end: Once you've covered the area, secure the end of the bandage by pressing it against itself. The cohesive nature of the bandage should keep it in place without the need for additional fasteners.
Check for comfort and circulation: After applying the bandage, check to make sure it's not too tight and that your pet can move comfortably. Also, monitor the wrapped area for any signs of circulation problems, such as swelling, numbness, or skin discoloration.
Monitor and reapply as needed: Keep an eye on the bandaged area and adjust or reapply the bandage as necessary. If the bandage becomes soiled or loosens over time, it may need to be replaced with a fresh one.
Remove properly: To remove the cohesive bandage, simply unwind it carefully. Avoid pulling too hard, especially if it's stuck to your pet's fur, to prevent discomfort or skin irritation.
Consult a veterinarian: If you're unsure about how to apply a cohesive bandage or if your pet's injury is severe, it's always best to consult with a veterinarian for guidance and proper treatment.