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For over 50 years, Canadian horse professionals have used Buckley's Equine products to promote better health in their horses. Professional trainers know the importance of horse liniment and keeping horses in top working condition. They have come to rely on the Buckley's line of horse products to do just that. Make your horse a winner - choose Buckley's.

HORSE LINIMENT SHIN-BAND Shin-Band horse leg liniment

Prevention and Treatment for Common Leg Ailments for Horses

HORSE LINIMENT SHIN-BAND is recommended for its antiseptic healing properties in the treatment and prevention of bucked shins and other leg ailments in the horse, including splints, osslets, big knee swelling, sore tendons, muscular soreness, soft ankles and hoof trouble. Shin-Band delivers an effective combination of analgesic and antiseptic healing qualities that your horse will love.

EQUINE COUGH REMEDY ZEV horse cough medicine

Cough Remedy, Appetizer and Conditioner for Horses

EQUINE COUGH REMEDY Zev is an effective remedy for several different types of respiratory problems in the horse. Zev may be used for the treatment of stable coughs and upper respiratory ailments, broken wind or heaves and nasal congestion. As an appetizer, Zev aids in the horse's digestive system and helps increase the nutritional value of every meal. Increased nutritional value results in a brighter coat, clearer eyes and improved breathing. Zev is an easy and effective way to keep valued champions in winning shape or pleasure horses in peak condition.


HORSE LINIMENT 3 in 1 Formula

1 Liniment 3 Benefits3 in1 horse leg brace and body wash

HORSE LINIMENT 3 in 1 Formula is a fast acting, penetrating, tightener and brace that works to reduce swelling, soothe and bring immediate comfort to pulled muscles in your horse. It is also effective in the prevention of soreness or stiffness. 3 in 1 may be used three ways. After workouts or long rides as a liniment as well as a tightener for the treatment of sprains or soreness and as a brace, 3 in 1 is an effective body wash for horses.


Nitro Ointment

Bacterial infections and woundsnitrofurazone

Nitro Ointment is used for the local treatment and prevention of bacterial infections of wounds, burns, coetaneous ulcers, and cracked heels in horses. It can also also be used for the treatment of pyodermas in dogs and horses.


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Dominion Veterinary Laboratories guarantees you top quality made-in-Canada products. For instance, horse liniment, horse products, horse supplies, horse drugs, horse medications, horse supply, horse supplements, cattle supplies, livestock supplies, cattle medicine, cattle prod, cattle feed, cow supplies, livestock antibiotics, and horse medicine. horse products Horse Liniments are common substances used by trainers and owners of horses. May be sponged on the body. Liniments are especially useful in hot weather to help a hot horse cool down. Alcohols help the product quickly evaporate, and the oils they contain cause the capillaries in the skin to dialate, increasing the cooling process. Liniments should always be applied according to the manufacturer's directions, and diluted as necessary. Many horse owners apply liniments to the legs as a brace, and then wrap over it. In this case, they should be sure that the liniment is not too strong. Liniments should not be applied to more sensitive areas such as the head, dock, or groin of the horse. The body may also be too sensitive to apply liniments if the horse was recently body-clipped. Upper Respiratory Tract Abnormalities Laryngeal hemiplegia (LHP, also known as ‘Roarers’), Laryngopalatal dislocation (DDSP or Displaced soft palate), epiglottic entrapment (EE), abnormal alar folds (false nostril noise) and persistent lymphoid hyperplasia (PLH) are the most common conditions causing dynamic upper respiratory tract obstruction resulting in poor performance in horses. Examination of the horseCareful examination of the horse’s upper respiratory tract by endoscopy, assessment of respiratory noise made by the horse, either by observation on the racetrack or treadmill, thorough questioning of the rider as to the sequence of either loss of performance or commencement of any respiratory noise, are all important for a full clinical assessment.Almost all yearlings scoped for yearling sales exhibit some lymphoid hyperplasia. Its persistence beyond the breaking in period, early training and early 2-year-old racing, affects the young horse and may lead to the further development of soft palate problems.False nostril noise is common and not considered significant unless associated with poor performance. Surgery is indicated if positive improvement occurs with false nostril tie back. Recently, the use of stick-on nose bands appears to alleviate this problem. Inspiratory noisesInspiratory noises are associated with mechanical or functional interference to the upper airway, for example chondritis (inflammatory changes to the throat cartilages), and narrowing of the larynx (LHP). ‘Whistling’ or ‘roaring’ noises are heard on inspiration only, during fast exercise. Surgery can improve these conditions. Expiratory noises Expiratory noises, or gurgling sounds, can be very inconsistent but are most frequently associated with entrapped epiglottis (EE) and laryngo-palatal dislocation (dorsal displacement of the soft palate or DDSP). These are difficult problems with subtle subclinical variations and evaluations should include the use of figure 8 head stall (drop over nose bands), tongue tie and careful assessment of noise character, and any changes of noise associated with changes in head carriage. Treadmill evaluation improves diagnostic assessment. Surgery is at best 50% successful. Most recent scientific research indicates that DDSP (soft palate problems) are related to inflammatory (infectious) changes within the inside walls of the guttural pouches. Surgical correction Surgical correction of LHP, DDSP and EE must initially be evaluated on the degree of noise, level of fatigue and poor performance, previous racing performance, the economic status of both horse and owner, and the presence of other factors, such as leg lameness. Other upper airway conditions Other less common conditions occur. Deviation of nasal septum is diagnosed on endoscopic examination; surgical correction often leaves high residual noise levels. Sub-epiglottic cysts, cleft palate, guttural pouch infection, hypoplastic epiglottis and arytenoid chondritis all reduce the horse’s ability to accommodate high rate airflow and therefore lower performance. Diagnosis of upper airway conditions The use of standard exercise testing by means of high-speed treadmills, simultaneous examination of dynamic airway function by endoscopic examination, as well as radiographic evaluation of the epiglottis, nasal passage and assessment of septal deviation are all becoming essential for the diagnosis of upper airway dysfunction. including B-Vite Plus Powder, Equicell-R Liquid, Equisup Pellets, Equivit Crumbles, Horse and Kidney Hemo Powder, Nitro Ointment, and Pine Tar.