Health Care for Horses

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  1. Veterinary Gamgee - 45cm
    £11.29

    Cushioned padding. Highly absorbent for leg support, protection and wound management.

  2. Veterinary Gamgee - 35cm
    £11.29

    Cushioned padding. Highly absorbent for leg support, protection and wound management.

    35cm width 

  3. Hibiscrub - 500ml
    £6.92

    An antiseptic solution containing 4% w/v chlorhexidine gluconate (equivalent to 20% v/v Chlorhexidine Gluconate Solution Ph. Eur.) 

  4. Imaverol Ringworm Treatment
    £28.06

    For the control of Dermatomycosis (eg Ringworm) in Horses, Cattle & Dogs.

  5. Keratex Mud Shield Powder
    £12.08

    A unique waterproofing and disinfectant powder which assists the horses natural defences against mud and water.

  6. Pet Remedy Calming Spray - 200ml
    £13.75

    Natural de-stressing & calming spray, contains a unique treatment of Valerian essential oil, blended with Vetivert, Basil Sweet & Sage.

  7. Radiol M-R Muscle Embrocation
    £14.08

    For the soothing of soft swellings, minor bruising and minor strains to tendons and ligaments.

  8. Vetrap
    £3.16

    Cohesive bandage.

  9. Animalintex
    £4.86

    Poultice and wound dressing.

  10. Dermisol Cream - 30g
    £7.22

    Dermisol Cream 30g is indicated for use in cats, dogs, horses and cattle to aid healing. 

  11. Dermisol Cream - 100g
    £12.65

    Dermisol Cream 100g is indicated for the use in cats, dogs, horses and cattle to aid healing. 

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From time to time, even the most responsible horse owner will have to deal with unexpected illness or injury. Having a first aid kit to hand to deal with a situation when it arises is sensible. While of course, it is important to seek veterinary advice if your horse becomes ill or injured, there are some things you can do to help the situation until your horse can be seen by a professional. Minor wounds, strains and bruises can often be dealt with at home. Products such as bandages and padding, antibacterial skin cleanser, intrasite gel and muscle embrocation are useful to have in stock for situations such as these. Dermisol cream is also handy to speed up the healing process. As well as having all these products to hand, a horse owner should also be familiar with their horse's healthy pulse rate, respiratory rate and temperature in order to be able to identify any abnormalities.