Pottie's has been a well-known brand for over 100 years, and was established in 1860 by John Pottie a veterinary surgeon who arrived in Sydney from Scotland.
Pottie's White Ointment is an easily applied external soothing and protective dressing for superficial wounds and burns in horses and cattle. Its adhesive properties make it a particularly suitable dressing for minor wounds and scratches on horse’s legs. Can be used on cracked, chafed skin, and sunburn lesions.
Zinc oxide imparts an emollient, mild antiseptic and anti-fungal action, especially to lower limb wounds. Zinc Oxide also has a UV Ultraviolet protective action against sunburn in pale unpigmented skin, and is especially of benefit on wounds on these areas. The ointment contains castor oil, pine oil and lanolin to prevent water loss from the wound and maintain the moisture balance within the injured, lacerated or grazed skin surface.
When applied thickly, protects from invasive dirt and bacteria entering the wound. Mild and non-drying.
• Zinc Oxide 112g/kg
• Lanolin 62g/kg
• Castor Oil 187g/kg
• Pine Oil 6g/kg
• 300 g
• 2 kg
• 3.5 kg
Store below 30oC (Room temperature)
Directions for Use
Apply to affected part twice daily. For sore teats of dairy cows, apply after every milking. Use regularly during cold weather to prevent cracking of teats. Wash residue off teats and dry properly before milking.
Withholding Period: Cattle and horses: Nil