K9 KlearUp is a "dog balm" that is supposed to be used as a topical solution to various different health problems. The company claims the following: "when it comes to environmentally (food, water, air factors) or externally caused (cuts, scratches, burns etc) skin and coat issues, K9 KlearUp has a 95%+ success rate." The company does admit that this product won't work on all dogs however the claim that it has a 95% success rate certainly shouldn't be made if it doesn't work on almost every dog (95 dogs out of 100 dogs is what "95%" means).
Expecting a "95%+ success rate", I tried this product on one of my dogs. It did nothing other than coat the cut and prevent dirt from getting in (any balm would do that). So, I figured that perhaps our Flat Coat was one of the 5% that the product didn't work on. I tried it on another one of our dogs (Aussie/BC -- allergies symptoms). Still nothing. I tried it on another (Beagle/Cocker -- pad cut). Nothing. I tried it on our foster dogs (two GSD's and one Husky/BC -- bug bites and a small nick). Nothing. I tried it on our new dog (Cattle Dog -- slice up back leg; required staples). STILL NOTHING.
Each time I tried the product on a dog, I used it for 14 days; applying it twice a day. (This is why it took me almost a year to fully test the product!!) Since it isn't every day that a dog gets injured, bitten or has allergic symptoms, it took a fair amount of time. I wanted to be absolutely sure of my stance on the product before I stated it.
Now, you can't tell me that the 7 dogs I tried it on were the "lucky" ones in the 5% that the product doesn't work on. If the company's claims were true, we would have seen SOME success. Even one dog?! Nope.
From what I can see, K9 Klear Up does not work. The only healing that occurs when K9 Klear Up is applied originates from the animals own body. The K9 Klear Up balm DOES provide a 'sheild' from dirt, dust and other things you wouldn't want in a wound.
That said, if you are looking for a 'sheild' from the elements for a wound ... you could pay $39.95 for 3.5oz (100ml) container of K9 Klear Up or you could go buy a 10 oz. container of Bag Balm for $13.95 and get the same results (if not better). Personally, I would go with the Bag Balm. I've had better success with it both with dogs and with horses.