Horse First Aid

A range of specialist first aid essentials for your horse or pony from trusted manufacturers and suppliers.

  • Gold Label Iodine Solution | gold label iodine solution

    Gold Label Iodine Solution

    £4.99£6.99
  • Keratex Zeolite

    KERATEX ZEOLITE

    £15.49
  • Gold Label Bit Butter | A1I4QTZM5S GLD1012 bit butter

    Gold Label Bit Butter

    £17.28
  • Glucosaflex 12000 Joint Supplement

    Glucosaflex 12000 Joint Supplement

    £14.99
  • VetSet Wraptec Cohexsive Bandage 100mm | vetset wraptec cohexsive bandage 100mm

    VetSet Wraptec Cohexsive Bandage 100mm

    £1.75
  • Dermoline Aloe Vera Gel 225g | dermoline aloe vera gel 225g

    Dermoline Aloe Vera Gel 225g

    £10.75
  • RenaSan 500ml | renasan 500ml

    RenaSan 500ml

    £15.99
  • VetSet Aluminium Silver Spray 200ml | vetset aluminium silver spray 200ml

    VetSet Aluminium Silver Spray 200ml

    £11.99
  • VetSet Poldress Hoof Poultice | vetset poldress hoof poultice

    VetSet Poldress Hoof Poultice

    £2.99
  • Keratex Cooling Gel 1Ltr | keratex cooling gel 1ltr

    Keratex Cooling Gel 1Ltr

    £14.99
  • Osmonds Bactakil Purple Spray | osmonds bactkil purple spray

    Osmonds Bactakil Purple Spray

    £20.99
  • Gold Label Witch Hazel & Amica Gel: 400gm | gold label witch hazel amica gel 400gm

    Gold Label Witch Hazel & Amica Gel: 400gm

    £7.75
  • Triscrub Antibacterial Wash | GLD1870

    Triscrub Antibacterial Wash

    £5.99£10.99
  • Barrier Antibacterial Skin Spray | PYATPAQ408 BAR0150

    Barrier Antibacterial Skin Spray

    £9.26
  • Animalintex Poultice

    Animalintex Poultice

    £5.99
  • Comfrey Oil

    Comfrey Oil

    £5.83
  • Copper Sulphate

    Copper Sulphate

    £9.99
  • Effol Skin Repair

    Effol Skin Repair

    £9.99
  • Gold Label Lavender Leg Ice | gold label leg ice

    Gold Label Lavender Leg Ice

    £6.99
  • Gold Label Louse Powder | JUFVBEFNKM GLD0240

    Gold Label Louse Powder

    £8.99
  • Gold Label Udder Cream | NZAB50BUAU GLD0260

    Gold Label Udder Cream

    £4.99
  • Leovet No Rub

    Leovet No Rub

    £11.99
  • PIg Oil 1 Litre

    Pig Oil

    £0.00£6.20
  • Pig Oil & Sulphur

    Pig Oil and Sulphur 1 Ltr

    £5.49
  • Robinsons Gamgee Wound Dressing

    Robinsons Gamgee Wound Dressing

    £10.99
  • Staysound

    Staysound

    £14.45
  • Sweet Itch Lotion

    Killitch 500ml

    £25.20
  • Triscrub Antibacterial Skin Cleanser

    Triscrub Antibacterial Skin Cleanser

    £4.99£29.99
  • Veterinary Wound Powder - Black 125g

    Veterinary Wound Powder Black 125g

    £5.95
  • Veterinary Wound Powder - White 125g

    Veterinary Wound Powder White 125g

    £5.95
  • Vetwrap 3M Cohesive Bandage 3m x 10cm

    Vetwrap 3M Cohesive Bandage 3m x 10cm

    £2.05
  • Z Itch

    Z Itch

    £29.99

Horses are powerful and majestic animals, but they are also prone to injuries and illnesses just like any other living being. As a horse owner or caretaker, it's important to be prepared for any emergency situation that may arise. One way to do this is by keeping a well-stocked first aid kit for your horse.

One essential item for any horse first aid kit is a wound care ointment. This can be used to clean and disinfect wounds, as well as protect them from infection. Wound care ointments can come in different forms such as sprays, gels, or creams. It's important to choose a product that is formulated specifically for use on horses, as some products may not be safe or effective.

Another important item for a horse first aid kit is a hoof care product. Hooves are prone to injuries and infections, and it's important to have a product on hand that can help to protect and treat them. Hoof care products can come in the form of sprays, gels, or poultices and help to keep the hooves healthy and strong.

Another must-have item for a horse first aid kit is a pain relieving product. Pain can be caused by a variety of factors including injuries, inflammation, or illnesses. It's important to have a product on hand that can help to alleviate pain and discomfort, these can come in the form of gels, creams, or sprays.

It's also important to have a thermometer and a stethoscope in your horse first aid kit. These tools can help you monitor your horse's vital signs and detect any signs of illness or injury.

It's important to remember that while a well-stocked first aid kit can be a valuable tool in an emergency situation, it's not a substitute for proper veterinary care. If your horse is injured or appears to be ill, it's important to seek professional help as soon as possible.

In conclusion, having a well-stocked horse first aid kit is an important aspect of horse care. It's essential to keep products that can help with wound care, hoof care, pain relief and tools to monitor vital signs. It's also important to remember that a first aid kit is not a substitute for professional veterinary care, it's always recommended to contact a veterinarian if you suspect your horse is ill or injured. By being prepared and having the right products on hand, you can help to ensure your horse's well-being and provide quick and effective care in case of an emergency.