Arabian Knights Farms

Veterinary Information On Proper
Equine Care & Feeding

First Aid Kit: Contents

1. Bandage Scissors.

2. Digital Thermomerter.

3. Betadine for Scrubing a Laceration.

4. Non - Adhesive Pad for Bloody Wounds.

5. Sheets of Cotton to Bandage the Horse's Legs.

6. Vet Wrap is last Wrapping to be put on the Horse.

7. Brown Gauze Wrap to keep the Bandages on the Horse.

8. Rubber Gloves to Apply Ointment or to Clean the Horse's Wounds.

9. Stethoscope ( Listen to the Heart on the left side of the chest by the arm pit).

10. In the First Kit keep a Current List of all Vets to call in case of an Emergency.
Note: Horse Care Normal Vital Signs:

Temperature: 98-101.5F

Heart Rate: 40-44 Beats Per Minute

Respiratory Rate: 8-16 Breaths Per Minute
NEW Shock Wave Treatment!

Preparedness Can Lower Risk and Severity of Pet Injuries Use Horse Sense with Your Horse Teach Your Horse Some Socialization Skills
Consider More Than Proximity When Choosing A Veterinarain Checklist Recommended When Choosing A Boarding Stable For Your Horse Teeth Hold Clues to Age of Horse
Equine Hoof Care For Your Horse Equine Eye Abnormalities Should Be Examined By Veterinarian Equine Colic Update
What To Do With A Cribber Horses That Get All Tied-Up Regular Dental Care Is Important Part Of Your Horse's Health
Equine Stay Apparatus for Your Horse Alert Owners Can Provide Veterinarian With Clues When Your Pet Is Sick Horses Travel
Prevention And Treatment Of Heatstroke In Horses Protect Your Horse While Making, Purchasing and Feeding Hay Pasture Management Prevents Weed Poisoning of Your Horse
Four Different Hoof Conditions That Share The Same Signs Five Management Factors for Pregnant Mares Careing For Your Pregnant Mare
Clean Environment And Preparation Key To Successful Foaling Embryo Transfer Allows Mares To Stay On Show Circuit And Produce Off Spring Wobbly Foal Or Angular Limb Deformity?
Stay Alert When Working With Stallions Stallions Need General & Rrepoductive Health Care Equine Internal Parasite Control
Navicular Diseaseis A Common Lameness Problems In Horses Laminitis Means Lameness For Your Horse

DOD, OCD What Do All These Initials Mean?
Equine Infectious Anemia Attacks Your Horse's Immune System and the NEW WEST NILE VIRUS Equine Encephalitis Attacks Horses Over The Summer Months Feeding Your Horse To Avoid Problems
Equine Protozoal Myelitis And Your Horse Selenium Deficiency In Your Horse Acupuncture for Animals
Pest-Free Hoeses, The Environmrntally Friendly Way Winterizing Your Horse Electrical Storms And Horses Can Be A Deadly Combination
Facing Pet Euthanasia NEW Equine Shock Wave Treatment Shock Wave Treatment Centers

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