Animal Wound Care Market size was valued at 1.07 Billion in 2021 and is estimated to reach 1.77 Billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 7.4% during the forecast period 2022 to 2028. Animal wound care involves the use of the products or procedures that aid the healing of animal wounds. The wounds may be traumatic or result of the surgical procedures. Open wounds are dangerous and may be life threatening so these should be take care promptly to avoid further damage. Animal wound care include wide range of products such as antiseptic lotions, bandages, gauzes, gels and others. The market is primarily driven by the change in public attitude towards pets such as increase in the adaptation and spending on animal health by owners. In addition, huge growth in the livestock and pet industry coupled with the increase in the population of companion animals projected to boost the market over the forecast period. Furthermore, growing awareness related to the animal health among the people and advancements in the animal wound care management expected to boost the market growth over the forecast period. However, the lack of skilled professionals especially in middle and low income countries expected to hamper the growth of market in coming years. The medical help provided to animals suffering from any health problem, sickness, or accident is known as animal wound care. Bite wounds, gunshot wounds, slashes, and pressure wounds are all examples of animal wounds. The medical gadgets that are employed or pharmaceutical medications that are injected are designed with animal anatomy in mind. Even a little lesion on an animal’s body, if left untreated, can become a breeding ground for a variety of bacteria. To avoid any mishaps, it is critical to seek out animal wound treatment services as soon as possible. Furthermore, only a trained specialist or expert may provide animal wound care services. Animal wound care products are used to aid in the recovery of damaged tissues and wound healing. Furthermore, the animal wound is utilised in veterinary treatment and traumatic or surgical procedures to aid in blood clotting and structural regeneration of wounded tissues.