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Sweet Itch can be a major problem for all horse, pony and donkey owners. Just as the rising temperatures mark an end to winter, and owners want their animals to be able to enjoy the sunshine of Spring, the blight of Sweet Itch conspires to make this a wretched time of the year.
As every horse owner will know, Sweet Itch is primarily caused by bites from the Culicoides midge and the Simulium Equinum black fly. The insect saliva left from these bites can induce an allergic reaction and prompt an autoimmune response that leads to hypersensitivity. Consequently, your horse will experience intense itchiness and will constantly rub themselves against any hard objects in their vicinity.
Left untreated, your horse may become agitated and unsettled. Continual pacing, unceasing swishing of the tail, frequent shaking of the head and, of course, the need to rub themselves are all commonly displayed symptoms of an unhappy animal.
Scuffed manes, bald patches on the body, dry flaky skin, thickening of skin, skin lesions and open wounds can all result from the hypersensitive condition that Sweet Itch provokes.
Naturally, preventing the insect bites in the first place is the best defence against Sweet Itch, but this is not always possible. This is where Horse Shield can help you.
Horse Shield is the equine equivalent of Derma Shield. As such, it contains clinically and laboratory tested ingredients that aid healing, moisturise and help maintain healthy equine skin.
As one user said
"I started using Horse Shield on my cob this year as he suffers badly with Sweet Itch and I was desperate to try anything to try and relieve his condition. I am amazed at the results.
I normally use Benzyl Benzoate or Kill Itch on him and I found that although these are very good my hands are left very dry when applying them, and also when it rains it washes off and we have to start all over again.This year due to the weather he has been particularly bad and had scabs on his neck and flank. He also started losing his mane and tail.
I started using Horse Shield in conjunction with the normal Benzyl Benzoate. His sores have cleared and I am using much less Benzyl as I haven't had to reapply as much.
Another thing I have noticed is that my hands haven't dried out which is something that has occurred in the past when using the Benzyl.
I recommended Horse Shield to a friend of mine who has a Shetland with severe sweet itch. After about 2 weeks she found that her scabs had cleared and we now apply it regularly to make sure they do not come back.”
G T (Torfaen)
We’re so confident in the unique way in which Horse Shield works that we urge new customers to try it without any financial risk. We are the only company in the equine skincare industry that has the confidence to offer this.
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Horse Shield - Your solution to equine Sweet Itch skin care
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