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post #11 of 17 Old 06-27-2010, 04:43 PM
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3M Vet Wrap Bandaging Tape is Available: 4 inch x 5 yard and in a variety of colors. Size: 4 inch rolls Veterinarians, animal trainers and animal owners need and expect the best in their animal care products. 3M Vetwrap Bandaging Tape has been meeting that call since 1968. It's the world's first and leading brand of flexible self-adherent wrap for the support and protection of all animals-great and small. In its class, Vetwrap brand has become known around the world as the preferred bandaging tape. From racetracks to small animal clinics, you can hear the Vetrap bandage name declared the standard-bearer of self-adherent wrap. The reasons are simple: first-place quality, first-place value. Vets, trainers and field laboratory research consistently rate Vetrap bandaging tape as the most adherent self-adhesive wrap on the market, providing support, protection and security.
Adheres to itself without adhesive
No additional fasteners necessary
Conforms snugly around contours that are most difficult to bandage
Accommodates movement without loosening
Won't stick to hair
Allows skin to breathe through its cool, lightweight, porous material
Absorbs virtually no moisture
Cuts away with scissors without unwrapping


Protects dogs, cats and horses' legs from rundown
Firmly supports sprains and fractures
Protects wounds and holds sterile dressings in place
Applies pressure to inhibit bleeding while flexing enough that, when properly applied with padding, it won't compromise circulation


3M Vetwrap Bandaging tape safely and securely protects cuts, scrapes and wounds for dogs and cats. Self sticking, Easy to Use at home for minor emergencies.

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post #12 of 17 Old 06-27-2010, 05:16 PM
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Alot of eventers will Aldo wrap their horse's XC boots with it or over pads for xc boots.(of course taped up after that). We use it all the time. It's always good to have a
roll of wrapping Cotten and vetwrap in your tack trunk!
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post #13 of 17 Old 06-27-2010, 09:02 PM
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I need some more, I used my last roll on a stray dog that came up to the barn one day. He had a hurt leg. XP
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I also find it works really well for problem hair! For instance, bushy tail? Vet wrap er for a few days.
Bangs sticking up weird before prom? Vet wrap er!

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post #15 of 17 Old 06-28-2010, 12:59 AM
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I love the reference to duct tape...never thought of it like that before but we sure do use it like that! My friend goes through atleast a roll a week on herself. She has weak ankles and uses this for extra support under her socks and boots. Less bulky than a brace!
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post #16 of 17 Old 06-28-2010, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by GraciesMom View Post
I want to get some of it!! I think it would just look nice in the tail (braided) and around the legs (as polos) while running barrels!
Please have someone experienced show you how to use it before you wrap your horse in it. You can do more damage than good with it VERY easily. It is stretchy enough that making a bandage bow is much too easy.

There are much cheaper things to braid into a tail if you are just looking for color. I can not imagine using vet wrap that way.

Originally Posted by iridehorses
I've been using it for years on my own sprains and broken bones.

It is one of the very few items that the human version costs more than the horse version.
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post #17 of 17 Old 06-29-2010, 12:02 PM
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You can also use wrap it on horse hooves if there is an injury.

"Vetrap" is a brand name and is more expensive than other brands out there. "Vet Wrap" is what we all call it generically! (like Kleenex or Q-Tips!)

Other brands will work just as well, and they will cost less, too! You can buy them in bulk. Horse Supplies USA and Farm Supplies from FarmingSuppliesDirect are two sites that will sell them in bulk :)
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