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Often one of the most frustrating things when treating a wound on your dog is that they always want to lick the wound, which often makes it hard to apply any gel or crème and makes the healing period longer.To try and help those of you who have found this frustrating we hav...
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Just like you can bandage a horse's wound you can also bandage your dog’s wounds. Although the shape of the part of the body you are bandaging (e.g your dogs leg) will be different to that of a horse, many of the bandaging principles are the same.Before you apply the banda...
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Most of us will have cling film (glad wrap) in our household. However, it's usually in the kitchen and used for covering leftovers so we can enjoy the night before's meal the following day.However, cling film can also be used to help treat mud fever. It keeps warmth and mois...
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Many of you have been asking questions about bandaging and what best practice is.So we thought we would show you a small excerpt from one of the videos we have coming up. Check the video below out to see just how to bandage your horses wound and how you can stop your ho...
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Most of you will have a pot of Vaseline hanging around, but did you know that petroleum jelly can be very handy when managing wounds?If your are managing an open wound that is weeping with discharge, petroleum jelly (Vaseline) is great to use underneath the wound. It acts as...
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Sometimes when you watch a vet treat a wound you will notice that they often use a soft, thin cotton wool bandage underneath the Gamgee. Have you ever wondered why they do this and when you should use this type of bandage? Well we asked Dr Leigh de Clifford just this. Check...
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We have all been told to pre-cleanse a wound before starting to treat it but many of us don't know how to do it correctly. As a result, we talked with Dr Jason Lowe to find out how you can pre-cleanse your animal's wounds like a pro! "Pre-cleansing an open wound is import...
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Most people will see a leg wound and straight away assume that it needs to have a bandage on it. This might not always be the case. Below you will find some useful information on what we are actually trying to achieve by putting a bandage on a wound. Prevent the open woun...
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"No bandage needed" By using and applying Mānuka Vet products on a wound you can save on expensive bandages! Our next product that is on its way even has natural insect repellants in it to keep the wound clean and the bugs away! Some wounds are better left open without be...
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If you have to call a vet it helps if you know what type of information you will need to have on hand to give them. Below you will find some tips from our resident vets on what kind of questions you need to be able to answer when making the initial phone call. How long ago...
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