Convenient foaling kit helps ensure safe and proper foaling. Essential items needed during foaling are neatly contained in a handy carrying case. Don't waste time scrambling to find foaling items during this crucial period for you and your mare. Also includes a laminated foaling and post-delivery care sheet in an easy-to-read checklist format to aid you during the foaling process. Please Note: Product cannot be shipped to Canada. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Kit contains: Clear carrying case, 4 oz. PVP iodine, dip cup, 2-Pair OB long exam gloves, pair latex gloves, 4 oz. bottle eye and skin wash, 4.5 oz. bottle enema, #10 scalpel (sterile) 4" x 5 yd. tail wrap (vet wrap), 4 oz. bottle green soap, digital clock, large placenta bag, 12" string, lubricating jelly, hand wipe, marking pen, instruction card, and foaling time sheet.
Please click on "More Information" for kit contents and instructions and proper disposal of "sharps."
|Kit Contents with Instructions:
The VSI Foaling Kit provides you with the most-needed items and instructions to safely deliver a foal, but it does not take the place of your veterinarian or many other items that you must supply.
Signs of impending parturition (birth):
Stage I of Birth
Breaking of water bag.
Signs mare has started contractions:
Attention: Do NOT break the water bag.
Delivery of the foal.
Begins after delivery of foal when the mare must expel placenta or afterbirth.
Attention: Do NOT cut the umbilical cord. See "Post Delivery Care" instruction if the cord does not break.
Post Delivery Care *Review these procedures with your veterinarian.
Treat the umbilical cord with the PVP iodine and Dip Cup soon after the cord breaks and twice a day for at least 3 days.
Monitor the following for at least the next 24 hours. Make sure:
Make sure your veterinarian does a foal and mare exam within 24 to 36 hours of delivery. You need to be prepared to tell your veterinarian how the birth went and show him the placenta or afterbirth.
How to Dispose of "Sharps"