For use on minor wounds, saddle sores, bites, cuts and scratches on horses.
Wound Powder is a blood coagulant and a dressing for use on minor wounds. It is also a useful drying formulation for minor wounds that are slow to repair.
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Barrier Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Protects and aids natural healing.
Leovet Silver Salve contains pure silver which, by way of the enlarged surface area, leads to a continuous release of silver ions. This allows the silver's antiseptic effect to unfold. Infections subside, allowing the skin to calm and regenerate. High-quality plant oils provide dry, cracked skin with moisture, making it smooth. Can be used to support the pastern against moisture and bacteria. Silver Salve can be used in combination with leovet Zinc Oxide Spray.
Pettifers Green Oils Gel
For all superficial wounds including insect bites, saddle sores and girth galls, wire cuts and splinters.
Barrier Heel to Hoof Soothing Cream
Formulated to help protect against and relieve winter skin conditions such as mud fever, cracked heels, rain scald and inflamed areas where swelling and scabs are evident.
An absorbent antibacterial powder for application to minor cuts and scratches on horses.
A general purpose skin disinfectant. Comes in a convenient to use spray pack.
100% Cotton. All purpose, first aid veterinary care cotton wool roll for softness and absorbency. Use as part of your routine care.
Highly absorbent cushioned padding for leg protection, insulation and wound management. Quality cotton wool encased in a low-adherent tubular non-woven cover.
Licensed and proven to prevent and treat sweet itch in horses and ponies
Proven to prevent sweet itch. AVM-GSL* licensed product with active ingredient benzyl benzoate in a soothing lotion, specially formulated for horses. If used as a preventative measure in early Spring prior to the symptoms becoming evident, the condition may not take hold.
Apply to all affected areas by rubbing in with fingers or soft cloth as soon as sweet itch is diagnosed and for the remaining part of the sweet itch season. Initial application of Killitch (75ml) should be made twice daily, reducing to once daily and then 3-4 times a week as the irritation lessens. All affected areas should be kept clean by shampooing and rinsing well at least once a week. After shampooing or heavy exercise, re-apply to ensure adequate protection.
With horses which are known to suffer from sweet itch, it is recommended that Killitch is applied in the early spring before symptoms become evident, so that the condition may never take a hold.
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