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This month Dr Leigh de Clifford takes us through the best way to treat an open wound on the hind cannon bone.This is quite a common injury which if treated correctly the prognosis is very good.Our Skin & Wound Gel is ideal for this sort of wound as it can help to reduce...
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Sharing our knowledge and wound management best practice is part of our philosophy here at Mānuka Vet™. We believe that learning is a practice that never ends and we want to ensure our followers get the best results with their horses wounds.Therefore, we have put a nu...
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If you do, you should have some of our Mānuka Vet™ Skin & Wound Gel on hand!  It's ideal to put on any open wounds, burns, skin irritations cuts, grazes or sore paws. It conveniently comes in a 20ml tube, which is ideal for our smaller companions!You can buy the ...
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For those of you who have beautiful horses with white markings, including white socks" or "stockings", winter can be a frustrating time!When you combine the wet weather of winter with white "socks" or "stockings" you often see evidence of pastern dermatitis or mud fever.&nbs...
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Here at Mānuka Vet™ we want to help our clients not only learn how to best apply our products but also learn about the best wound management techniques. As a result, Dr Leigh de Clifford, one of our expert veterinarians, has helped put together our "How to treat this wit...
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Abrasions are common on most horses, from foals to fully fledged competitive athletes. Mānuka Vet Skin & Wound Gel can be used to treat abrasions safely at home or while competing to speed up the wound healing process. Simply apply a reasonable amount of product onto ...
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Here at Mānuka Vet™ we want to help teach you about wound management and the best way to use our products to ensure you get the best result! Check out the video below to learn from Dr Leigh de Clifford, one of our expert veterinarians, about how best to treat a significan...
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