Skip to product information
1 of 7

Lavengel - Quick, Natural Canine First-Aid Remedy for Cuts, Wounds, Scrapes + More

Lavengel - Quick, Natural Canine First-Aid Remedy for Cuts, Wounds, Scrapes + More

Regular price $18.99 USD
Regular price $21.99 USD Sale price $18.99 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Provide quick, lasting relief and repair to canine hotspots safely + naturally. Lavengel® has been used by vets on over 1,000 dogs as their go-to, natural, non-toxic treatment for hot spots and other skin irritations. It is highly concentrated (each tube has over 100 doses), stops the irritation and/or pain within seconds, is safe for dogs to lick, USA-made, and comes in a travel-sized tube - ideal for any dog first-aid kit and use on-the-go.

  • Delivery truck iconFree Shipping on orders of 2+
  • Money-back guarantee icon30-day money-back guarantee
  • Donate per tube sold iconWe donate to help dogs + heroes

How to Apply

We always recommend consulting with your vet for any serious wounds or skin problems.

1) Make sure bleeding has stopped and the skin is clean and dry before applying. Use a mild soap and water to clean, and gently pat to dry. For dogs with longer hair, excess fur in or around the wound may need to be trimmed to prevent matting.

We do not advise using Lavengel® on deep or open wounds.

2) Apply a thin layer of Lavengel 2-3 times per day to the affected skin area. You can apply the gel directly with your finger, as Lavengel® is completely safe for your skin and theirs. Depending on the severity of the wound, its location, and your dog’s temperament, a bandage may be advisable.

3) Keep your pup distracted for a few minutes so that the gel has a chance to absorb. Once they notice the lack of irritation, they tend to leave it alone. If they lick it off, you'll want to reapply it.

Remember, Lavengel® is highly concentrated, so A Dot on the Spot® is all you need for it to work. Because Lavengel® has a strong lavender scent when it is first applied, be cautious when using it on or near your dog’s nose. The scent will dissipate quickly.

Ingredients, Specs + Guarantee

Ingredients:  Vitamin E TPGS, Deionized-Distilled Water, Lavender Oil, Vitamin C, Zinc.

Specs:  Size of Box: 3.75" x 1" x 2.13". Weight of Tube: 8g.

Guarantee:  We stand behind Lavengel® with a 30-day money-back guarantee. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the product, your funds will be returned to you via your initial method of payment within 30 days from our receipt of the returned product.

One Purchase Helps Two Lives

For every tube of Lavengel® purchased, we donate to Companions for Heroes® (C4H), a non-profit organization that works to save two lives.

C4H rescues dogs from shelters and humane societies and trains them to become companion or service animals.

Once trained, C4H pairs these dogs - completely free-of-charge - with veterans, active military personnel, and first-responders to aid in their recovery from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other difficult trauma.

C4H also works to raise awareness for PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

View full details
  • Hourglass icon with lavender droplet above depicting that Lavengel works fast with lasting relief

    Fast, Lasting Relief

    With natural lavender oil and vitamin E, Lavengel® soothes the sting and itch fast, relieving the urge to lick or scratch for hours at a time.

  • Paw print icon with leaf in center and lavender plus above indicating Lavengel uses safe, high-quality ingredients

    5 Simple, Safe Ingredients

    Made with 5 simple ingredients, Lavengel’s patented formula is safe to lick and provides relief, infection protection, and wound healing.

  • Atom icon with lavender hexagons indicating that Lavengel is based on molecular nutritional research

    Clinically Proven

    Lavengel® is based on over 10 years of meticulous university study and testing, created by nutritional biochemist W. Andrew Clark, Ph.D, RD.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs

    Jason B.

    Our dog, Bear, had an open wound on his paw. We put a thin coat of Lavengel on it over a couple of days and it healed up quickly. Great product! I would highly recommend it.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs


    Ordered this to try to keep from taking my dogs to the vet again. Within 3 days it healed my older dog's wound on her toe and my younger dog's hot spot. 10/10 will buy again and would recommend.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs

    Sheryl R.

    My dog had scraped her leg on some concrete in the backyard. After the second day of using Lavengel, she pretty much forgot about the scrape and it healed very nicely. I am really satisfied with my purchase and the results.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs


    Used as directed and our dog’s wound on her paw healed within just a few days. Highly recommend this product.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs


    I loved that it sped up the healing time! It provided so much pain and irritation relief that my dogs didn’t even try to lick it off. The lavender smell provides a calming scent. Also their customer service is phenomenal!

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs


    My dog had a gash on her rib cage about the size of a penny, and it got worse and turned into a hole. I applied this 2x a day, and after a week it started to heal. After about 3 weeks it was drying up and healing great.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs

    Rico M.

    Recently I discovered a sore on my dog Rico’s throat due to his collar buckle rubbing his neck. I tried this product as a guess. IT WORKED FAST! No smell, no burn. A scab formed in 24 hours.

  • 5-star rating for Lavengel for dogs

    Joanne T.

    The speed at which Lavengel heals is amazing. I will never be without Lavengel for my dog while traveling. Thank you to the creators of this wonderful product!

Vet Tested, Vet Approved

Several years ago, Dr. Karen Stone, DVM, became the first veterinarian to try Lavengel® on canines, and she hasn’t looked back since:

"Compared to an OTC product or a lot of other veterinary products, I like it because it works quickly, effectively - and the most important part is, it’s completely non-toxic.

Dogs don't lie. It either works or it doesn't, and this does.”

  • Closeup of minor abrasion below left eye of brown Australian Shepherd

    Accidental Scrape

    Maple the Australian Shepherd accidentally ran into a fence while playing fetch, causing a minor abrasion below her left eye. Her owner noticed Maple squinting her eye, and found the cut.

  • Healed wound under left eye of Australian Shepherd after using Lavengel

    Healed in 5 Days

    Her owner gently cleaned the area and began to apply Lavengel to the cut twice per day. After 5 days, the skin under Maple’s eye had completely healed, and she was back to normal.

  •  Closeup of left eye of brown dog with eye wound healed by Lavengel

    Words from the Owner

    “I love that once it is applied, it continues working even when licked or rubbed off. The results speak for themselves. This is the first time I have used Lavengel, and I am now a believer in its efficacy.”

  • Number 1 in a lavender circle

    Clean + Dry the Wound

    Make sure any bleeding has stopped. Carefully clean the area of any debris, wash with a mild soap, and gently dry.

  • Number 2 in a lavender circle

    Apply Lavengel

    Put a thin layer of gel onto the area 2-3 times daily. Depending on the severity or location, a bandage may be advisable.

  • Number 3 in a lavender circle

    Distract Your Pup

    Use a treat or toy to keep your dog from licking the gel for a minute so it can absorb and begin to the healing process.

  • Woman pulls Lavengel box and tube out of orange dog hiking pack worn by black sherpherd mix dog standing in snow

Build a First Aid Kit for Your Dog

Having a first-aid kit for your dog could save them from further injury, reduce risk of infection/illness, and promote a faster recovery. Here are a few ideas on what to include:

1) Tweezers or Forceps: Handy if you need to remove something small.

2) Blunt-tip Scissors: Ideal for safely removing tangled or matted fur.

3) Two Nylon Slip Leads: These can be used to catch a loose pet, act as a temporary muzzle, or function as a leash if needed.

4) Ice Pack: Helps reduce swelling and inflammation due to injury or allergic reaction

5) Non-stick Gauze Pads and Wrap: These can be placed on cuts, scrapes, and even larger wounds to control bleeding until you reach a veterinarian.

6) Hand Towels and Wet Wipes: Great for cleaning up messes and accidents.

7) Lavengel (obviously): Perfectly travel-sized, and great for relieving irritation, protecting from infection, and promoting the healing process.

8) Hydrogen Peroxide: In emergency situations when your dog ingests something poisonous, this can be used to induce vomiting. However, this should ONLY be done as directed by your pet’s doctor.

9) Benadryl (Diphenhydramine tablets): Your veterinarian may instruct you to administer if your pet is having a severe allergic reaction. This is often used in the summer when bees and other stinging insects are more prevalent.

Two black Labrador Retriever service dogs sitting in grass wearing vests and red Companions for Heroes bandannas

We Give to Help Rescue Dogs + Heroes

For every tube of Lavengel® sold, we donate to Companions for Heroes® (C4H), a non-profit organization that rescues dogs that might otherwise be euthanized.

C4H trains these rescue-dogs to be companion or service dogs, then pairs them - completely free-of-charge - with military personnel, veterans, and first-responders recovering from PTSD and other difficult trauma.

C4H also works to raise awareness for animal rescue, PTSD, and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Customer Reviews

Based on 101 reviews
What breed is your dog?: n/a
What skin problems did Lavengel help with? You can list more than one.: n/a

Great stuff

What breed is your dog?: n/a
What skin problems did Lavengel help with? You can list more than one.: rash, wounds

this is the best thing i have ever used for my pet. the scent and texture is great. so easy to use and for sure, it does exactly what it does. calming, soothing, and heals extremely fast. i just wish that it came in larger amount for the price. i know the company is working on this so am excited. i will continue to purchase as it is a great thing to have on hand. i highly-highly recommend this. thank you Lavengel and Amazon for having this available to purchase. i can not thank you enough😘😘😘

What breed is your dog?: n/a
What skin problems did Lavengel help with? You can list more than one.: hotspot

This worked very well for my dogs hot spot. I would buy again. Tube is very small, I wish it was in a larger tube.

Rebecca A.
What breed is your dog?: n/a
What skin problems did Lavengel help with? You can list more than one.: n/a

Happy with our purchase

Sam I.
What breed is your dog?: Siberian Husky
What skin problems did Lavengel help with? You can list more than one.: itchy sores, seasonal allergy rash

I was desperate to find a ointment to help treat/manage my Siberian Huskies itchy sores he develops from seasonal allergies. I really didn't want to go back to steroids from the vet. I saw this stuff on Amazon when I searched for antimicrobial cream for dogs.

This is the only product I could find that contained no crazy chemicals or additives. It is just simple Lavender, vitamins, and zinc. Also the only ointment I could find without scary reviews about dogs getting worse due to adverse reactions.
So those two reasons along. Drove me to purchase a tube and see how it would work on my sweet boy.

It took about 5 days of applying the ointment 3 times a day. But his chin (where he was really broken out) is now nearly completely healed. He no longer rubs his chin or face.

Oh and the best part. The ointment really seems to sooth on contact. I can literally feel him relax into it when I apply it to his chin. Which is a big deal. So many other dog skin products contact strong almost burning menthol additives to their product. And that stuff drives my dog. He will try to rub off overly strong/irritating medicine.

But after I apply Lavengel. He simply relaxes and leaves his medicated area alone.

I plan to ALWAYS keep Lavengel in my medicine cabinet for my dogs. To help us get through itchy allergy season. And just in case anyone ends up with a wound that needs treating.

What breed is your dog?: Shih Tzu
What skin problems did Lavengel help with? You can list more than one.: hotspots, licking, scratching

It helps my Shih Tzu with her hot spots caused by licking and scratching. It seems to start working almost immediately after being applied.