KBR Equestrian Safety Information
TRAILER FIRST AID KIT
|1. Pocket first aid kit||10. 12cc bent tip catheter|
|2. Baggie of band-aids and towelettes||11. Scissors|
|3. 2X3 gauze pads||12. Forceps & tweezers|
|4. Kotex (for bulk dressing)||13. Kleenex|
|5. Clear bandaging tape||14. Sewing kit|
|6. Bandanna||15. Insect sting swabs|
|7. Antibiotic ointment||16. Eye pad|
|8. "DESITIN" ointment||17. Tylenol or Advil|
|9. Zinc oxide ointment||18. Rolaids|
|1. 2x2 gauze pads||12. Electrolytes|
|2. "KLING" dressing||13. Nitrofurazone ointment|
|3. Kotex (for bulk dressing)||14. "CUT HEAL"|
|4. Vet wrap||15. "FURALL" spray|
|5. 36" latex bandage||16. Leather belt|
|6. Leg wrap||17. Hoof Pick w/ brush|
|7. Betadine solution (diluted)||18. 12cc syringe w/o needle|
|8. Phenylbutazone ("BUTE") tabs or paste||19. Duct tape|
|9. Velcro straps||20. Small rubber bands|
|10. "B-KALM" paste||21. Sponge|
|11. "SWAT" fly repellant ointment||22. 2) 5" pc. of garden hose*|
* Garden hose pieces can be used to keep nasal airways open in the event of snake bite or anaphylactic shock.
Other items in the trailer should include an extra halter and lead rope, clippers or grooming scissors, an old bath towel, twitch, sponge, and a clean bucket.
Be sure to inspect your first aid supplies periodically, particularly at the beginning and end of each "trailering" season!
KBR Horse Safety Information, © 1997
Lamm's Kickin' Back Ranch and Willis & Sharon Lamm. All rights reserved. Duplication of any of
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