Woof Wear Ice Therapy Boot With Gel Pack
The Woof Wear Ice Therapy Boot is a versatile boot which enables both hot and cold therapy through use of the gel packs included. This therapy is useful to aid recovery after periods of stress or exertion, such as cross country or galloping, as well as a complimentary treatment for leg injuries.
These ice therapy boots are made from 7mm closed cell neoprene and feature wide, high density touch-close straps; the large landing pad allows for maximum strap adjustment, helping you to achieve the closest and most secure fit possible around your horse's legs. The elasticated mesh pockets allow secure and safe containment of the gel packs.
Each pair of boots is supplied with four gel packs which can be used either hot or cold depending on the kind of therapy required. These gel packs are fully reusable and stay flexible even at -18°C to contour around the horse's legs.
Sold in pairs; contains four reusable gel packs.
Available in black; one size only.Learn More
Gold Label Purple Spray Plus Aloe Vera£9.99
Online for Equine offer the Gold Label Purple Spray Plus Aloe Vera.
Traditionally proven formula to aid the healing process. Ideal for all minor wounds, cuts or grazes or for treating thrush.
Contains antibacterial chlorhexadine and the added benefits of Aloe Vera.
Available in 250ml.Learn More
Gold Label Sunguard£12.60
Online for Equine offer the Gold Label Sunguard.
Soothing sun block for horses with susceptible areas open to the rays of the sun.
Contains natural ingredients including shea butter and calamine. Ideal for pink noses or to keep in your show kit.
Available in 100g or 250g.Learn More
Gold Label Wondergel£8.57
Online for Equine offer the Gold Label Wondergel.
Natural formulation to help the natural healing process. Contains calendula, comfrey, tea tree oil, rosemary oil and aloe vera.
Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and insect repellent properties. Will also aid and stimulate hair re-growth.
A must have, multi-purpose potion.
Available in 500 ml or 5 litre.Learn More
Barrier Animal Healthcare Aloe Vera Gel
Online for Equine offer the Barrier Animal Healthcare Aloe Vera Gel.
Aids natural healing, a wonderful natural product that can be applied directly to raw, sore, irritated areas including small cuts, grazes, insect bites or sunburn.
Available in 250ml.Learn More
Gold Label Pink Salve Plus MSM
Online for Equine offer the Gold Label Pink Salve plus MSM.
Anti bacterial pink cream for dry or cracked skin. Greasy base can help protect against mud related problems such as mud fever. Supports skin health.
Available in 200g or 400g.Learn More
Gold Label Pig Oil Spray£4.32
Online for Equine offer the Gold Label Pig Oil Spray
Old recipe for the conditioning of legs and feathers and to aid the prevention of mud borne infections such as mud fever.
Popular for show cobs and shire horses.
In an easy to use spray bottle, ideal for easy application to horses and ponies that are not spooked with a spray.
Available in 500ml.Learn More
Battles Black Anti-Bacterial Wound Powder£8.62
This wound powder is the ideal antiseptic formula to clean minor wounds, cuts, bites and scratches, and saddle sores on horses. It is an essential piece of kit for any equine first aid kit and black wound powder is often selected as it is very visible against a white coat and limbs, the areas prone to damage.Learn More
This easy to use formula contains the antiseptic ingredients Tosylchloramide Sodium, which is harsh on germs yet very kind and caring to your horses skin. For application of this wound powder, thoroughly wash the affected area with clean water and then puff the powder into any wound, cut, bite or scratch to speed up the body's natural healing process.
Here at Online for Equine we offer a range of first aid equipment to help you effectively treat minor horse injuries from brands including include Funnel, NAF, Absorbine, Carr & Day & Martin, Lincoln, Gold Label, Dermoline, Robinson, Keratex & Cottage Craft. Basic horse first aid is second nature to many horse owners; horses commonly come in from the field with grazes, cuts and wounds which are minor enough to be treated in the stable by their owner however we do advise contacting your vet if you are unsure how to treat a wound, cut or graze, if a joint is involved, the wound looks deep or bleeding cannot be control.