Are You Prepared to Help Your Horse in Time of Need?

The first few minutes when your horse becomes injured or suffers trauma are critical. It takes time for large-animal rescue responders or veterinary staff to arrive on-site. Whether an injury happens in the paddock, while trailering, riding in the field, or natural disaster strikes, you need to be prepared and ready for your horse. This means having quality equine health-care products available you can administer immediately to an injured horse. Also see our Emergency Equine Injury FAQ.


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EQUIMEDIC FIRST AID KITS


Equine First Aid Kits

Equimedic equine first-aid kits are among the best and come in a range of sizes from saddle size to multi-horse barns.
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EQUINE BANDAGES & WOUND CARE


Equine Bandages

Horse always seem to cut themselves. Have a good supply of bandages, sprays and linaments on-hand for wound care.
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STETHOSCOPE & THERMOMETER


Equine Vital Signs

Know the heart rate and body temperature of your horse. Keep a good stethoscope and rectal thermometer available.
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EQUINE EMERGENCY CARE BOOKS


Equine Care Books

Get educated and know what to do. There are a number of good equine care books ranging from the basic to very in-depth.
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EQUINE LEG WRAPS & COOLERS


Equine Leg Coolers

Equine injury and trauma often involve the legs. Keep a set of leg wraps and leg ice coolers on hand to mitigate further trauma.
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EQUINE CALMING SUPPLEMENTS


Equine Calming Supplements

Trauma and injury (and subsequent travel) can stress your horse out. Keep calming powders and related supplements on-hand.
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