Horse itch is often a response to an allergic reaction, insect bites and/or a food problem.
In both cases, the symptoms are identical. Rubbing of the mane and tail, back, withers, biting on the limbs, chest, flanks... The belly line of the horse can also be an area particularly appreciated by insects.
The use of a soothing product is essential because it will minimize the damage caused by scratching.
The early use of a soothing (anti-itch) product is essential because it will minimize the damage caused by scratching and rubbing.
STEP 1: Identify the itchy area. Use either a lotion for the mane and tale or a cream for the belly, ears, face etc
STEP 2: Choose the skin type of your horse.
For example Thin skin (Spanish horses ) and Thick skin (Canadian Horses)
STEP 3: Bath your horse regularly with a calming shampoo (Tea Tree Shampoo)