Areas of application

Vetdrop TDA is used for small and large animals

Vetdrop TDA enables the treatment of degenerative and inflammatory processes in the musculoskeletal system of all animal species, especially dogs, cats and horses. Vetdrop reliably helps with lameness, joint inflammation, tendon, hoof and skin problems.  

Nerve irritation and inflammation

Bruises, strains, compressions of Joints/muscles/tendons


Pain and tension

Follow-up treatment of bone fractures

Skin diseases (including eczema, inflammations, injuries)


Efficient therapy

Vetdrop TDA was developed for veterinarians and professionals in the breeding and sports business. The system makes non-invasive local drug therapy on pets and sports animals possible for the first time. Vetdrop TDA enables the treatment of degenerative and inflammatory processes in the musculoskeletal system of dogs, cats, horses and other large animals. Classical problems lie in the area of tendons, ligaments and joints, but lymphatic or muscular complaints are also frequently treated. In addition, the Vetdrop TDA skin and wound therapy enables a wide range of applications on various species, including zoo birds and even dolphins.

While the system is often used in large animal areas in addition to large stud farms in therapy stables, which are set up in close cooperation between veterinarian and therapist, in the area of small animal medicine it is aimed directly at veterinarians and practitioners who treat the animals on an outpatient basis in their practice. Some users also use the system for oxygen-based inhalation therapy and as a powerful source of oxygen for anaesthesia.
Vetdrop TDA is now available in many markets. In addition to its home market in Western Europe, the system has found a particularly strong following in the Gulf region around the Arab Emirates, where it is particularly appreciated for preventive measures in racing. For individual clients, Vetdrop also develops ethically oriented therapy concepts and experienced consulting services for gentle and compliant therapy.

Successfully treated animals


  • Hoof joint treatment
  • Pastern bone
  • Navicular bone
  • Wounds
  • Cyst


  • Open wounds
  • Dermatitis
  • Ear infection
  • Lameness
  • etc.


  • Axillary wound
  • Abrasions


  • common mange mite
  • Shinbone
  • Ligaments
  • Tendons
  • etc.


  • Mycosis
  • Skin problems
  • Mushroom
  • Hematoms


  • Mycosis
  • Bumblefoot


  • Claw treatment
  • Mortellaro
  • Joint Inflammation
  • Tissue reconstruction

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