Thoroughbred horse (Gus) was injured while out in the pasture.
Owner chose to use ISP Wonder Ointment™ to protect & restore
the damaged skin. The injury was first sprayed with a mist of
hydrogen peroxide & patted dry with a paper towel.
ISP Ointment™ was applied to a 4"x 4" gauze pad & then
pressed gently into the injury. The gauze pad was left on, then
allowed to fall off. ISP™ was also applied to the remaining skin
* Testimonial from owner, Kim Cahill,
Equine Specialist for JeffersEquine.com:
“I have always known that ISP™ was a cure-all product. It was not until
recently that I had to put the powers of this product to the real test.
My 17.3 hand Thoroughbred gelding, Gus, had suffered a very deep and long
laceration to his chest. It ran from the bottom of his neck to in between his
After several failed attempts to reach a vet, I called my coworker JR Miles
from Jeffers. He helped me come up with a daily treatment for Gus’s wound
including a daily mist of hydrogen peroxide and then the application of ISP™.
Needless to say, I was very stressed to not have my vet to rely on…but, I didn’t
really have a
choice. In a matter of a few days, Gus’s wound was dramatically better.
Within a few weeks his wound was totally healed. The very first picture that
I sent Steve (creator of ISP™) of Gus’s wound was right after I found him in the
pasture. A balled up fist could fit in the largest part of the laceration on his
chest. The very last picture that I sent Steve was of me and Gus back on the
trails just a few weeks later. ISP is a product that should be in everyone’s
first aid kit.
Being that I am one of the equine specialists for JeffersEquine.com…I have
access to a lot of different products and have had the ability to try out and test
many of them on my own horses. ISP™ is hands down the best product that I
have ever used on my horses. Take a look at Gus’s pictures and judge for
Thoroughbred, (GUS) Injured OCTOBER 3, 2010 OCTOBER 4, 2010
Close Up of Injury (OCTOBER 4, 2010) OCTOBER 5, 2010 Close Up Wound closing...
OCTOBER 9, 2010 Tissue filling in... OCTOBER 13, 2010
OCTOBER 19, 2010 OCTOBER 20, 2010
OCTOBER 26, 2010 -- (23 Days after injury) NOV. 8, 2010 (Close up of restored skin after injury.)
* Horse is now being ridden. See photo below.
Note from Kim Cahill, owner of Gus to Steve Garvin, Inventor of ISP Wonder Ointment
"Not a huge jump or anything... but, this was his first trail ride after he
healed up. He was extremely happy to be out and about. If you look
closely, you can see his little white line." Kim Cahill
Jeffers Pet/Equine/Livestock Supply