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  • Vetericyn Super 7 Plus Naval Dip Vetericyn Super 7 Plus Naval Dip

Vetericyn Super 7 Plus Naval Dip

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  • Navel Dip, Umbilical Cord Dry-Out & Protection For Newborn Animals
  • This is a safe & effective alternative to strong iodine
  • Super 7+ Navel Dip is formulated for umbilical cord dry-out & protection.
  • Safe for animal use only.


For external use only, not for injection. Discontinue if irritation develops & contact your veterinarian. Consult with a veterinarian for systemic conditions. Avoid eye contact. If eye contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Keep unprotected personnel away from application site. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.


Store at room temperature. Contains Liquid - Avoid Freezing. After use, tighten cap.


Directions for Use: 

Shake well before each use. 

Apply gloves to avoid staining hands and always use splash proof goggles.

Dip the navel within 30 minutes of birth while the navel is still wet.

Using a teat dip cup, pour out enough Super 7+ Navel Dip to fill dip cup.

Totally submerge the navel cord in Super 7+ Navel Dip solution.

Gently push the teat cup against the abdomen to coat & stain entire navel area.

If the navel cord is covered with MUD (manure, urine, dirt), use a two-dip process.

First, pour Super 7+ Navel Dip solution into a separate container and use this to wash the cord.

Then, use the teat cup to dip the clean cord. Be sure to discard Super 7+ Navel Dip solution after each use.

The navel may be dipped again 12 hours later to speed drying if necessary-this is recommended for animals born in dirty environments.



Active: Sodium Hydroxide (0.80%), 

Inactive: Electrolyzed Alkaline Water, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Blended Disodium Salts

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