Negasunt poisonous to dogs

by Claire
(Trinidad and Tobago)

Is Negasunt poisonous to dogs I have used it to remove maggots on a leg wound on a a six year old Rottweiler.


He has licked it off . He now seems to have a kidney problem Sudden and acute.

The vet said I should put him to sleep as kidney problems are irreparable but he was fine just a week ago and I did not do this he is being treated with a drip to rehydrate and an antibiotic.

Can it be poisoning from me packing his wound with Nagasunt?
Is there an antidote?

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Negasunt toxic to puppies
by: Anonymous

My vet told me to use Negasunt powder on my one week old puppies and they immediately became very sick and died within hours. Please, do NOT use negasunt powder on puppies.

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Bayer/Negasunt class ll powder/20122012
by: Anonymous

I have been using Negasunt class ll powder since 1997,on dogs wounds ---a small wound-- to a serious wound of which were big and so bad, even the bone was visible,looks like the sitiuation was out of hand and no one was willing to send it to vet on costly medication. And, at that time i only had Negasunt class ll powder; a spare for my dog; the best powder i kept for dog. I apply the powder on that serious wound as said above,twice daily, morning and everning once, afthe two weeks totally recovered, the third week the fur came out from the skin. Now, the dog is in good shape.Sometimes, i did try on human ,me and my friend of which the wound was hardly recover from clinic treaments. The Negasunt class ll powder gives very fast and very good results too..just hard to obtain now..12DEC2012; 1:28am by John Liew

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Negasunt
by: Wayne

Yes, it is.

I've never even heard of it being used on dogs outside of 3rd world countries, but even there, they only use it in areas which the dog cannot reach to lick (either due to location on the dog's body or through use of some sort of restraint like an e-collar). Ingesting the powder will kill a dog in the way you are describing--kidney and/or liver failure.

I'm so sorry! He may recover, but this is from the Negasunt, yes.

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