Dear Woundade,

We have a 4 yo OTT Tb that was forced thru a metal gate by another horse approximately a week ago. During the struggle, the horse became impaled on a metal gate holder which resulted in massive chest wall damage to the left side with a large laceration involving the left pectoral chest muscle. The vet immediately sutured the entire skin flap and pectoral muscle back. However, 3 days later, the incision line separated due to the massive inflammation of the muscles, resulting in the wound I am currently dealing with. I am currently doing wet to dry dressings on this wound once a day and the horse in on double antibiotics due to an infection as well. Is your product able to be used with dressings?

Thank you,

Teri K.
Morrisdale, PA

 

(Update)

Good Morning Woundade,

I must say, I do owe you gentlemen a HUGE apology for doubting your product! Within one (1) week, I’ve removed the drain and also 15 sutures from this gelding’s chest! I’ve also went from ten (10) 4×4 gauze down to ONE! I’ll keep sending you weekly updated and pictures. If possible, I’d really like to do an entire page and write up on your product on our website if you’d like. I do equine rehab here at our facility on a small basis with these types of wounds. And, it’s always thru a vet or farrier referral to us. I really can’t thank you enough for your wonderful product and once again, please accept my apology!

Sincerely,

Teri K.
Morrisdale, PA

Before Woundade One week after Woundade After