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Horse Wound Care

Horse Wound, Cut, and Itch Treatments
Horse Wound, Cut, and Itch Treatments
Have the right products for horse wound care so you can properly take care of cuts, wounds, sores, and insect bites with the right horse wound, cut, and itch treatment products from your favorite brands.
Shapley's™ Original M-T-G
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Ultra® TheraBalm
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Ultraflex® Flex Foam Hoof Wrap - Set Of 4
$24.99
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Dura-Tech® Vet Flex Heavy Elastic Adhesive Tape
$9.99
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EquiFit Pack-N-Stick Hoof Tape
$44.00
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 12 Reviews
BB Satin Star Cotton Leg Wrap Sheets
$20.99
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Shapley's™ Original M-T-G 8oz
$12.99
$9.99
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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review
Shapley's M-T-G Plus
$22.99
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 9 Reviews
Fura-Zone Ointment
$21.99
$16.99
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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 17 Reviews
Equiderma™ Skin Lotion
$35.99
$24.99
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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 29 Reviews
Betadine Surgical Scrub
$18.99
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 11 Reviews
Coat Defense® Daily Preventive Powder Refillable - 16 Oz
$27.00
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The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Heal and Treat Minor Injuries with Horse Wound Care Products

Horse wound care is important as ignoring a cut or wound can lead to infection, lameness, and expensive vet bills. Using the right products for horse wound and cut treatment can speed up healing, keep them clean, and offer relief from soreness or itching.

Horse wound treatment products allow you to easily and effectively treat cuts, scrapes, abrasions, sores, insect bites, rain rot, scratches, fungus, and any other wounds. You can use wound ointments, lotions, sprays, and creams to soothe, heal, and treat these common skin issues and prevent them from worsening at the first sign of a problem.

Using a horse itch treatment product on fungus like rain rot, itchy tails, insect bites, and sweet itch can make your horse feel better and help prevent injuries they could cause themselves while trying to find relief by scratching themselves on nearby objects.

Frequently Asked Questions About Horse Wound, Cut, and Itch Treatments

How do you treat an open wound on a horse?

If your horse has an open wound, you first want to assess the situation and make sure it is a superficial wound that you feel comfortable treating at home and not by your veterinarian. Wounds over joints, tendons or ligaments, punctures, or near the eyes should always be seen by your veterinarian right away.

If you are treating a minor open wound, you first want to clean the wound well with cool water and a medicated shampoo to remove any dirt and debris. Once dry, you can apply a horse wound care product like a topical cream, ointment, gel, or spray that can help fight off infection, soothe the area, and promote faster healing. You may also want to wrap the area with a bandage while it starts to heal if the wound is in an area that can safely be wrapped.

Should you cover a horse wound?

If your horse has a wound in an area that can be wrapped, such as on their leg, you may want to put a bandage or leg wrap over the wound once you have properly cleaned and dressed it, during the initial healing period to keep dirt, shavings, debris, and insects from getting into the cut or wound.

What do you put on a cut on a horse?

If a horse has a minor scrape, cut, or wound, once you have cleaned the wound with cool water and a medicated shampoo, you can apply a horse wound care product like an ointment, cream, lotion, or spray, to help promote healing, offer some pain relief, and keep the wound better protected. If the cut or wound looks like it may need any stitches, you should never apply any type of topical product or spray to it instead, you can rinse the wound with plain water and wait for your vet to arrive and assess the damage.

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