Sticks to itself great, even loose ends can be firmly pressed against another part of the wrap and good to go. I use on my ducks feet when needed and it's excellent. Of course sometimes they manage to get the wrap bootie off ... and without ripping it, it's a mystery to me how, must be a lot of determination but I would say in the comments it says it's waterproof but I don't find it to be. Of course I don't expect it to resist the water when the duck is in the pool (and they're not wrapped then) but I did drop part of a strip in the Epsom salt soak dish and though it did resist the water some, it wasn't soaked it was damp enough where i decided to let it dry out before using. Still not a waste though cause I can use it just not right away. By far the best I've tried so far.
My dog injured his leg over a year ago. The area is still not completely healed so I wrap it to protect it while we are outside. I have purchased hundreds of rolls of this wrap for over a year. Recently, the product has changed so that it is not as sticky. Rather than staying in place, the wrap slides down his leg, exposing the injured area. I saved some partial rolls from the past several months and compared the recently purchased rolls to the old ones. The old ones are clearly superior. Please bring back the old formulation for making this wrap!
Our Beagle mix has a lick granuloma. Hope that spelling is close enough so you know what I mean. She is obsessive and frenzied when we wrap the spot, to get ther wrap off . She got this off in short order, even though we taped it at both ends
Great for a compression bandage on a horse’s leg. Good tension and strength.
Always keep an extra around and carry it in my back pack when hiking with the pooch
Horrible. Got for a dog who is scratching her stomach incessantly. Wrapped it around, then the bandaging shifted and it became stringy. Threw it away. Wasted money
Chewy is always quick and easy ordering and delivery. And the best prices!
This was recommended to me by some Flyball people to try wrapping feet for lure coursing. It did NOT hold up. Probably fine for regular medical use, but disappointing from a preventative sports standpoint.
Within a couple of hours after application, dog seemed to have skin irritation and color "bled" on fur/wound. Used human grade wrap in the past without any issues.
These vet wraps work great for wrapping ducks feet! Whether treating bumble foot, pressure sores or injuries. They stay on and sticks to itself as its supposed to, no tape is needed. They hold up to all terrains, don't fall apart. Even when she sneaks in the pool, with her booties on, they still hold up. I also use them for my dogs, this is one thing I always have on hand. Also, a great addition for an emergency kit, for your animals! I've used them as a compression banadge, when my dog ripped her pad. I highly recommend them, and they're a good price.