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Rating: 3

Can be used as a substitute of quick stop

posted 6 years ago

I usually keep Quick Stop in my emergency kit for animals, but if I am out of Quick Stop I can use cornstarch in an emergency to clot bleeding nails or broken blood feathers. If the blood feather is bleeding too badly and won't stop though I will have to pul it.

I think Quick Stop works better but I always have cornstarch on hand anyway so can always count on having something on hand.

Pros: Can use as a substitute for quick stop

Cons: Not as effective in my opinion

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Rating: 4

Works good

posted 6 years ago

this also works good for stool stuck to your dog if the hair is long

Pros: good for dogs too

Cons: none yet

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Lori M.
Rating: 5

Tried on rabbits.

posted 6 years ago

I have used this on rabbits to get the "poopy butt" off of them and it works great. I agree, only use in small amounts.

Pros: Easy to use.

Cons: none

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