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Wounds Forms

The forms have been created using Google forms, which can be completed on a phone, tablet or computer. The forms can be submitted through Google forms if you have a Google account. Don’t worry if you don’t have an account with Google; you can either follow the simple steps of creating an account or you can use the Adobe PDF forms. 

The Adobe PDF forms can be downloaded and completed electronically or they can be printed and completed. To submit the forms, you can choose to email them …(this would be the easiest method with the submission of the photos), print the forms, complete, scan and return by email or print and post completed forms and any photos to us.

Address:

FAO Richard Birnie 
School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
Leicestershire
LE12 5RD

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STEP 1

Please complete when the wound was first noticed and dealt with, including if any veterinary treatment was given within the first 24 hours

 

Form 1:Details of equine, initial wound assessment and initial first aid/veterinary treatment

 

Form 1: Details of equine, initial wound assessment and initial first aid/veterinary treatment

STEP 2a

Please complete this form to provide us with updates on the progress of wound healing. We recommend every five to seven days until the wound has healed. Therefore, this form may need to be completed multiple times

 

Form 2a: Owner treatment and up-date on wound healing

 

Form 2a: Owner treatment and up-date on wound healing

STEP 2b

Please complete this form any time the horse receives treatment from a vet for its wound, more than 24 hours after the initial injury (if applicable).

 

Form 2b: Veterinary treatment

 

Form 2b: Veterinary treatment

STEP 3

Please complete this form once the wound has healed (scarring may be present). There is the chance to enter the free prize draw on this form. Thank you for providing us with all the details of your horse’s wound from injury to healed

 

Form 3: Wound outcome

 

Form 3: Wound outcome

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