Straightforward advice on how to cope with common ailments and injuries, when to call the vet and what to do before the vet arrives Chapters include signs of ill health, equipment and first aid cupboard, cleaning and covering wounds, and tubbing, poulticing, and bandaging


11 thoughts on “First Aid (Threshold Picture Guide)

  1. Dee Dee says:

    Useful little book was a present for my granddaughter


  2. P W P W says:

    Very good book


  3. Mr. A. Nelson Mr. A. Nelson says:

    Seems quite comprehensive but is extremely small..so covers the basics, nothing .


  4. Mr. L. R. Cutler Mr. L. R. Cutler says:

    Nice clear summary of basic principles with associated pictures Easy to read and specifies when vet must be called I definitely recommend it.


  5. Motlaq Motlaq says:

    Good book.


  6. Mrs Evans Mrs Evans says:

    Quite a good little book A bit basic but fine for early Pony Club tests.


  7. Naomi Rossiter Naomi Rossiter says:

    brilliant thanks naomi rossiter


  8. donna stoddart-graham donna stoddart-graham says:

    Good book and received straight away so i could read it without waiting for delivery Can keep on phone for emergency.


  9. Vicki Schulz Vicki Schulz says:

    Great for all


  10. Jolene Jolene says:

    Love these books In a time with injury concern, there s no time to read a long passage about care steps This shows details and you can quickly get an injury stabilized, then have time to find out about long term care.


  11. Beth A. Smekar Beth A. Smekar says:

    This book was not in very good condition, as I thought the write up described I had wanted to give it as a gift to one of my 4H members I ll find something else.