? What do You Put in a Horse First Aid Kit ?

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? What do You Put in a Horse First Aid Kit ?

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    11-20-2011, 06:13 PM
Question ? What do You Put in a Horse First Aid Kit ?

First of all, please note that I have owned horses for a number of years and been around them for all my life, I have now decided to move to a new livery yard so I am buying new equipment for me and the horses I own/ride. I am used to borrowing equipment from my old yard and I'm now buying my own equipment (I'm sure you know why).

The magic question is; what do I get for my horsey first aid kit?

If you comment, thanks. No nasty/unappropriate comments please!
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    11-20-2011, 08:39 PM
Green Broke
Hi, theres already a thread on this which may be able to help you with your question. Of course, your not expected to buy all the gear straight up. Just start with the basics - Antibiotic Spray, Vet Wrap, etc.

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    11-21-2011, 08:34 PM
First Aid Supplies
Gauze pads
Antibiotic ointment
Spray disinfectant
Hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol
Dish soap
Bag Balm
Bandage scissors
Saline Solution
Epsom salts

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