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First Aid Kit list for Horses

Horses June 14, 2014

Your Equine First Aid Kit

Your first aid kit can be as simple or elaborate as you choose. As long as you start with the essentials, you can build it up as you go if you wish. Here is a list of things to get you started;

Sterile cotton roll
Sterile contact bandage
Sterile gauze pads, assorted sizes
Sterile gauze wrap
Cling wrap, new roll
Adhesive wrap and tape
Leg wraps
Sharp scissors
Stethoscope
Hemostats
Rectal thermometer with a string and clip attached
Latex gloves
Antiseptic solution or surgical scrub
Steel cup or container
Pliers, for pulling nails
Flashlight and good batteries
Note pad and pen
Permanent marker

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