For over 40 years, horse owners have counted on 3M VetRap Hand Tear Equine Bandaging Tape to patch up ponies. This versatile, high-performance bandaging tape sticks to itself without sticking to hair, so it won’t irritate your pet or pull their hair. With a wide array of applications, horse owners and veterinarians commonly use this handy bandage for support and compression or to secure bandages and catheters. Made with latex-free materials, this hypoallergenic dressing is the perfect medical supply to keep handy for first aid and emergency care. Plus, this convenient dressing can be torn by hand without the need for scissors, making it a great tool for on-the-go care.
Engineered to stick to itself without the use of pins or tape without adhering to hair or fur.
Easy to tear dressings can be cut by hand without the need for scissors or knives.
Provide support for sprains and strains while preventing your pet from exacerbating their wounds.
Bandages are designed to maintain even compression over time—perfect for improving recovery time.
Comes in a variety of fun and attractive colors that are great for personalization or identification.
Wrap bandage at desired tension, no pre-stretching necessary. Continue wrapping bandage to completely cover the first layer at desired tensile strength. Hand tear bandage at desired length. Seal bandage to the bottom layer with fingernail for strong cohesive seal.
Bandage will not tighten or loosen once applied and will maintain the tension applied. It is important to pay attention to proper tension at application.
You never know when it will come in handy, not just for wound care!
Wrap for horse
on Aug 26, 2019
A little thin but plyable and self adheres well. Lasts for awhile.
on Jan 19, 2019Top 50 Contributor
Easy tear, stays in place no peeling even after a couple days wear.
Love that this is latex free!
on Aug 29, 2018Top 500 Contributor
It's very nice to see a vet wrap that is latex-free! I can use this and handle my pets without worrying about my allergy. I wish more companies would consider how prevalent and unavoidable a latex allergy is for some pet owners.
Doesn't self-stick to bandage well
on Dec 3, 2017
This bandage is thinner than most vet raps. I had to use almost an entire roll to wrap my Great Dane's lower hind leg. It also doesn't self-adhere well. I had to use elastikon tape to keep it in place. It works okay as a first layer but requires a thicker second-layer vet rap to keep it water resistant and elastikon tape to keep it in place.