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  1. Battles Gentian Violet Spray
  2. Global Herbs Sarc-Ex
    Global Herbs Sarc-Ex
    From Special Price £134.76 RRP Regular Price £137.50
  3. Gold Label Old Fashioned Sulphur Ointment
  4. Gold Label Stable Care Kit
  5. Gold Label Udder Cream
  6. Gold Label Surgical Spirit
  7. Gold Label Purple Spray Aerosol
  8. Gold Label Pig Oil and Sulphur
  9. Gold Label Liquid Paraffin
  10. Gold Label Germigel
  11. Gold Label Aloe Vera Skin Gel
  12. Gold Label Muscle and Tendon Gel
  13. Gold Label Leg Ice
  14. Gold Label Blemish and Big Knee Reducer
  15. NAF NaturalintX Arnica Gel
    NAF NaturalintX Arnica Gel
    £12.99
  16. NAF Love the SKIN he's in Mud Gard Barrier Cream
    NAF Love the SKIN he's in Mud Gard Barrier Cream
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  17. Robinson Vetalintex Sterile Wound Hydrogel
  18. Robinson Activate Carbon Cloth Dressing
  19. Dermoline Tea Tree Shampoo
  20. Carr & Day & Martin Liniment
  21. Barrier Animal Healthcare Embrocation Spray
  22. Barrier Animal Healthcare Sunburn Soother
  23. Barrier Animal Healthcare White Ice
  24. Carr & Day & Martin Protection Plus
  25. Lincoln Witch Hazel & Arnica Gel
  26. Keratex Leg & Tendon Cooling Gel
  27. Battles Green Oils
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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. When it comes to grazes, it is often best to wash the skin with cold clean water and apply a first aid wound cream to help the wound heal naturally, grazes are often best left open without a dressing as they heal quicker that way. When it comes to deeper lacerations, it is often best to flush the wound with saline or clean cold water and call the vet encase stitching is required. With strains and swellings, often pressure bandaging and box resting a horse is the most viable option to see if the swelling passes with rest; again if you are ever concerned about the injury, get in touch with your vet. Here at Online for Equine we offer a range of first aid equipment to help you effectively treat minor horse injuries. Our range of bandages and wound creams will help you get your horse feeling himself again in no time. We also offer first aid kits which are essential for every tack room.