Have you ever used Penicillin for an infection or on a cut? Did you know that you can also use Penicillin for your horse? As with all veterinary matters, always defer to your vet’s judgment, but it is safe to use Penicillin on horses, as long as it is done in the right ways and in the right amounts!
The syringe should be injected in the muscular areas of the horse near his hips, hind end, upper legs, or neck. A syringe should NOT be injected into a blood vessel or near a major nerve or nerve area.
Sometimes horses only need to be injected with Penicillin one time, sometimes they need to be injected with Penicillin every day for a week, and sometimes they need to be injected with Penicillin every day for a month- it all depends on each horse’s individual situation.
Penicillin has many uses for many different creatures, both human and animal! It is extremely effective in treating bacterial infections in horses, though one must be careful and seek out veterinary advice before using it on horses.