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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
    £7.10

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

  4. Imaverol Ringworm Treatment
    £32.15

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

  5. Keratex Mud Shield Powder
    £13.18

    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
    £14.92

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

  8. Vetrap
    £3.59

    Cohesive bandage.

  9. Dermisol Cream - 30g
    £7.86

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

  10. Dermisol Cream - 100g
    £13.78

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

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Horses are big animals, and even with the best of care and a warm comfy stable, it is understandable that they will spend a high proportion of their time outdoors. This means that as a horse owner you may find yourself dealing with unexpected injuries and illnesses a little more often. It is a wise move to have a selection of appropriate first aid essentials on hand in case injuries do occur so that you can deal with them as soon as possible. It is always a good idea to seek medical advice from your vet as well. There are certainly some injuries such as minor wounds that you can usually deal with on your own, so bandages, antibacterial skin cleaner and other basic items are useful to have close by. You should also ensure that you are familiar with your horse’s health in general, this will allow you to spot as quickly as possible when something is not right.