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3M 1469sb Vetbond Tissue Adhesive with 3 ml Applicator Bottle

by 3M

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  • Strong bond
  • Polymerizes in seconds
  • Protects wound while healing
  • Economical 3 ml bottle with four "reusable" applicator tips
  • Blue dye for easy-to-see drop application
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Technical Details
Pet TypeDog, Cat, Farm Animal
Item Weight5 g
Product Dimensions7.9 x 2.8 x 2.8 cm
Item model number084-1469SB
Weight4.5 Grams
Number of Items1
Batteries RequiredNo
Batteries IncludedNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 35,996 in Pet Supplies (See top 100)
Shipping Weight113 g
Date First Available1 Aug 2012
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Product Description

3M Vetbond quickly and conveniently closes minor wounds, often eliminating the need for sutures and/or bandages.

It polymerizes in seconds after contact with tissue and body fluids and binds wound edges together, forming a flexible wound barrier, so natural healing can occur.

Used in a variety of procedures, including cat declaws, dewclaw removal, lacerations, tooth extractionsand oral surgery, 3M Vetbond is ideal for all other minor wound closures.

3M Vetbond is made from N-butyl cyanoacrylate, so it forms a strong bond and polymerizes in seconds with minimal tissue trauma and protects the wound while healing, with a blue dye for easy-to-see drop application

The adhesive is packaged in a clear bottle for inventory maintenance and contains four “reusable” applicator tips for dispensing fine droplets.

Bottles have an advantage over tubes by ensuring that the adhesive runs back out of the nozzle to prevent clogging and minimise wastage. Keep refrigerated to enhance the shelf life.

For Veterinary Use Only

Vetbond is a trademark of 3M Company

Box Contains

Vetbond applicator bottle
4 x applicator nozzles
Instruction leaflet

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By Doc on 20 Aug 2014
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Great stuff. worked a treat on my dogs paw after she cut it on something up the mountain.
Just make sure you clean the wound thoroughly before gluing together.
Saves a fortune on vet bills and far less stressful for your pet.
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110 of 111 people found the following review helpful
The Solution to Winter Skin Cracks 11 Jan 2013
By Denny Crane, Esq. - Published on Amazon.com
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I feel very fortunate to have found the reviews of previous buyers, and to have learned about this product. I get painful skin cracks in the winter, at the corners of my thumbs and fingers. Until a few years ago, 3M made a NexCare product in a metal tube for skin cracks, that contained cyanoacrylate. 3M discontinued the tube product and began marketing a product in a glass bottle with a brush applicator. That product is decent (at best) but washes off. The earlier product was excellent. The only thing as good is the surgical adhesive used by doctors and hospitals. It is only available to health care practitioners, and is expensive, about $50 for a small tube.

Desperate for a better product, I searched the internet, and found 3M Vetbond. It is a similar surgical adhesive, but designated for veterinary use. Inasmuch as it is made by 3M, many people believe that it is the same product as the old 3M Nexcare product, and possibly the same as the 3M surgical adhesive used in hospitals. I don't claim to know. Although meant for veterinary use, I used it to treat my skin cracks. They are healing nicely. The product does not burn or sting when applied. CAUTION: This is cyanoacrylate, similar to Superglue. Be careful in applying it. Do not touch the application site, or your skin will stick to it. Read the directions carefully as to how to use the included applicators. Most people report using a tiny amount of adhesive placed in the cut, and the sides pressed together, without making contact with the fingers used to press.

Other than the caution above, the only problem I have encountered is a slightly increased desire to chase tennis balls.
40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
great stuff! 3 Dec 2005
By E. M. Cantu - Published on Amazon.com
this is the same stuff used by the human industry. It is stitches for the skin without the use of needles. Be aware it burns when you apply it, but it will hold together most minor wounds less than a 1/2 in deep that otherwise might need a stitch or two. It alsotends to stop bleeding fairly quickly. It is, in short, skin super glue. Be careful, if it gets on areas of the body you didnt intend, it will stick to anything! If bleeding continues or inflammation persists for more than 48hrs seek professional help from a dr or vet.
28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Really cool and effective 14 Mar 2010
By thank you - Published on Amazon.com
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I know you're only supposed to use it on animals, but I'm a dork so I used it on myself. They use this stuff on people in Europe. It stung a little bit but it worked great. Make sure there isn't anything like soap or surgical scrub where you're using it. I got a phenominal chemical reaction when the VetBond touched that. Stopped the bleeding right away and held nicely for 3 days. Then I reapplied it. Healed up great.
29 of 34 people found the following review helpful
It works but... 5 Mar 2008
By Eric H - Published on Amazon.com
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Vetbond works to seal my splitting thumbs in dry winter air. Vetbond is not as strong or durable as generic gel-thickness non-medical cyano-acrylate (CA) glue. I used gel-type CA before I tried the Vetbond. The Vetbond goes on thinly, perhaps that is why it is more flexible, but the bond doesn't last as long as the gel CA. The long thin Vetbond applicators are convenient - remember to wick out the remainder on some paper if you want to reuse them. There was a slight problem with the Vetbond spout that popped off - it should be better secured to the vial. I don't know if there are special health risks or nasty additives in the gel CA, but Vetbond is based on similar glue components, and my thumbs are in better shape when I use either glue. Of course generic CA is very cheap compared to Vetbond. Also Vetbond dries a lot faster than gel CA. I think either glue works pretty well on hangnails.

In general, I prefer generic gel CA.
25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
I've used better. 5 Aug 2011
By PuniTenshu - Published on Amazon.com
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For anyone who just so happens to be purchasing this for its intended purpose (closing wounds in animals), it does seem to do the job adequately. My primary complaint is that it's really runny which can make it difficult to apply neatly when closing an incision (which may be less of an issue for people closing non-surgical wounds). Sometimes you end up with a bit of a mound trying to be sure a wound is completely covered, which rats will sometimes pull of en masse. It's also not packaged in a manner to keep the adhesive sterile.

I personally prefer Tissuemend II for wound closure as it is more viscous and packaged in single-use sterile packages. It's also approved for internal use in animals--not that a layperson should ever have a need to use this internally...but a researcher or vet may have the need.
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