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Robinson Animalintex Poultice

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Robinson Animalintex is a veterinary poultice and wound dressing.
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Robinson Animalintex Single Robinson Animalintex is the original veterinary poultice and wound dressing, that has been used by countless customers for decades. It is made to a proven formula and manufactured in the UK in a facility that is authorised by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD), the UK authority that is responsible for enforcing the safety of veterinary medicinal products. It is ideal for the treatment of: - Infected wounds - Open wounds - Mud fever - Laminitis - Abscesses - Thrush - Seedy Toe - Sprains - Bruises Key benefits of Robinson Animalintex: - Promotes faster healing - Creates a moist, clean healing environment - Dressings can be changed with minimum disruption to the wound - Cleaner wound environment - Safeguards against re-injury - Faster healing - Cost effective There are a number of poultices available on the market but only one is licensed by the VMD Animalintex. This license is very important as the formulation and manufacture need to be strictly controlled as poultices have a pharmaceutical effect on the horse. Animalintex contains Boric Acid BP, an active ingredient which promotes effective healing. Products having a pharmaceutical effect but not having a license are illegal, not to mention potentially dangerous for your horse. The control is rather like the control of drugs for people. Animalintex by Robinson Animal Healthcare is a well known, respected and trusted product which is licensed and is highly effective. Unfortunately wounds sometimes become infected. If your horse has a large wound which is infected you should call a vet immediately, particularly if your horse is showing signs of distress. However, a wide range of conditions including wounds can be treated using Animalintex. The poultice should be changed at least every 12 hours. The progress of the ailment can be checked at the same time. If the horse does not respond to treatment or is showing signs of distress, call your vet.