by Advancis Veterinary
Heals wounds faster with no known bacterial resistance."

Help your patients heal faster with Grey Wolf Animal Health’s Advanced Veterinary Wound-Healing Portfolio featuring 100% medical grade Manuka honey.

  • 100% medical grade Manuka Honey
  • It’s all-natural, Health Canada approved
  • Provides antimicrobial protection with no known bacterial resistance1
  • Provides the moist wound healing environment that is known to promote faster healing2-5
  • Reduces risk of infection5,6
  • Treats established infection5,6
  • Minimizes pain and discomfort7

100% Manuka honey tube, suitable for application into wounds.


Grey Wolf Animal Health is proud to be the Canadian partner of Advancis Veterinary.

1. Cooper, R. A., Jenkins, L., Henriques, A. F., Duggan, R. S., & Burton, N. F. (2010). Absence of bacterial resistance to medical grade manuka honey. European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases: official publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology, 29(10), 1237 -1241.
2. Dunford, C., Cooper, R., Molan, P., & White, R. (2000). The use of honey in wound management. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain): 1987), 15(11), 63 -68.
3. Kruse, C. R., Nuutila, K., Lee, C. C., Kiwanuka, E., Singh, M., Caterson, E. J., Eriksson, E., & Sørensen, J. A. (2015). The external microenvironment of healing skin wounds. Wound repair and regeneration: official publication of the Wound Healing Society [and] the European Tissue Repair Society, 23(4), 456 -464.
4. Junker, J. P., Kamel, R. A., Caterson, E. J., & Eriksson, E. (2013). Clinical Impact Upon Wound Healing and Inflammation in Moist, Wet, and Dry Environments. Advances in wound care, 2(7), 348 -356.
5. White R. (2016). Manuka honey in wound management: greater than the sum of its parts?. Journal of wound care, 25(9), 539 -543.
6. Molan P. C. (1999). The role of honey in the management of wounds. Journal of wound care, 8(8), 415 -418.
7. Molan P. C. (2006). The evidence supporting the use of honey as a wound dressing. The international journal of lower extremity wounds, 5(1), 40 -54.