Pros: Spray gel stays on area of wound...Works miracles!
Cons: Liquid may run and not stay on wound area, but it still works. Might need to apply more often though.
My rooster skinned my (his) hen accidentally when attempting to fertilize her eggs. His claw ripped her open below her wing just above her drumstick on her left side. I could see her "PERDUES" (raw meat). I rinsed her wound out with saline, spray Vetericyn into her 4"x3" wound, and bandaged her up by wrapping her with a roll of gauze. I put a dog sweater on her to keep her from moving her wing and to not mess with her bandage. I kept her housed in my "hospital" brooder to keep her away from my roo and other hens as she healed from the inside out. I treated her with Vetericyn once daily directly into her wound and redid her bandage until I could no longer get Vetericyn into her wound. Her healing time was about 6-7 weeks. Amazing "Gracie" is doing marvelous and is back to business laying yummy green eggs (yes, she's an Ameraucana). Mind you, she was not put back into the same pen with the roo. Thank you Vetericyn!!!