Case Studies: Horse Wounds That Won’t Heal
Banixx Used ON Open Wound that would Not Heal
Liberty, a pregnant mare, was involved in a horse trailer accident …sustaining many open wounds…every horse owner’s nightmare! She was taken to the local clinic and spent many weeks there for treatment and recovery, at a total cost of $15,000. Weeks were spent in intensive care at the clinic. When Liberty was getting ready to foal (and yes – the foal survived the entire ordeal!), The horse still had a large open wound on her leg that would not heal or close.
The clinic advised her owner, Helen, to take Liberty home and return to later for skin grafts to close the wound. However, this was not in Helen’s budget. About this time, Helen stumbled upon Banixx. She thought, “I have nothing to lose but possibly, everything to gain by trying Banixx?”
Helen started applying Banixx, twice daily, by soaking gauze pads in Banixx and applying them to the wound.
At the end of two weeks, the daily bleeding had ceased, the ugly, daily profusion of puss was gone and the wound was shrinking in size.
After 16 weeks, the wound had completely healed and hair had re-grown. Liberty was back to her normal, happy self along with Raven, a Drum, her colt!!
Banixx Works From Within on Deep Puncture Wound
As opposed to a mere surface recovery, Banixx penetrates and repairs from the inside out resulting in a lesser chance of infection and avoiding proud flesh.
During a routine “collection” procedure our Friesian horse was impaled on a pipe that was 4.6 feet tall, sustaining a deep puncture wound. (He was supposed to mount a phantom) It impaled him in the hind end between his right testicle and his interior haunch. The massive wound was 3 inches across and 6 inches deep. There was blood everywhere! He was rushed to UCD in California. Over the next 4 weeks, he became ill from the antibiotics but, eventually recovered.
Once home I choose to use Banixx on my horse’s deep puncture wound. Gently I applied Banixx, starting in the cavity of the wound working to the outer area. In less than one week it had closed inside and I could see rapid healing outside too. The wound went into the deep muscle of his right interior hind leg and he was fortunate, as it missed the abdomen and the femoral artery by less than 1/4 inch.
You can see the scar tissue forming on the far-right photo but I am pretty sure with his good appetite now and the continued use of Banixx, he will be once again the most versatile Friesian stallion who does dressage yet also blazes huge trails with me!
Now my stallion is totally healed – no scar and he is under saddle and as playful as before; he is feeling and looking terrific!
Susie S. Proberta, CA