All the animals
were advised to provide with comfortable bedding and treatment was started
immediately. The better results of burns treatment were successful with
correction of body fluid balance by restoration of ionic balance, reduction of
hypovolemia along with the prevention of secondary bacterial infections.  A multi-dimensional treatment was adopted to
treat these animals similar to sandhya et al 2016, sagar et al 2010.   To restore the ionic balance we used inj. haemacal
(450ml) and to restore hypervolemia Dextrose normal saline and Ringer’s lactate
were infused each @ 45ml/kg body weight. Inorder to prevent the bacterial
infection streptopencillin (Dicrysticin-S 5g) and inj [email protected] and inj
[email protected] were used. The streptopencillin was given intra muscularly for seven
days B.I.D while the ciprofloxacin and metronidazole were given intravenously
for 5 days. In the supporting treatment inj. [email protected] 10ml for animal 5ml in
calf was used. to releave shock inj [email protected] was givenin slow i.v.  inj. Pheneraminemaleate was gives
antihistamine 10-15ml/animal, inj. [email protected]/kg
bwt was used as anti-inflammatory drug. The lesions were cleaned with pp lotion
1:10000 dilution; the severely affected portions were applied with silverex
ointment, while remaining portion were applied with povidine iodine. Topicure
was used to prevent the maggot infection. 
The treatment was carried for three weeks while results in the restored
normal condition in 3 animals, but one animal with severe burns of 90% body
involvement was died 2nd day of accident. The burns in animals were
most uncommon, tmostly the fire is the main cause in the burns in animals (Yadav
et al., 2010 and Sandhya et al., 2016). The treatment was adopted in multi
directional as of which involves restoration of electrolyte loss, prevention of
bacterial infection and brings the animal to normal condition (grieser and
walker 1984). The multi-dimensional treatment was giving good results, similar
results were also reported by deviprasd etl, 2017 and sandhya et al 2016.