Bestselling Horse Care Coat Care in 2020
Hair Moisturizer 16oz
- Lanolin enriched concentrated formula
- Great as a daily grooming aid or after body clipping, bathing or on blanket chafed areas
- Also can be used as a touch-up spray before entering the show ring
The Missing Link 10-Pound Equine Formula for Horses
- Balanced Omega 3 & 6 to maintain healthy skin & coat.
- Omega fatty acids help the absorption of fat soluble vitamins which nutritionally support: intercellular health, energy levels, the immune system, and muscle, tendon and ligament function.
- Nutrients work together to grow strong, tough hooves.
- Dietary fiber to promote a healthy digestive system.
- Photo (plant) nutrients to support general health and nutrition.
Vetericyn FoamCare Medicated Horse Shampoo | Healing Relief Antifungal Equine Shampoo - Sulfate Free, Paraben Free - Cleans, Moisturizes, and Conditions Horse's Coat - Instant Foam Shampoo - 32-ounce
- Provides healing relief for fungal disorders such as rain rot, ring worm, yeast and more
- Made with Ketoconazole (1%) to help manage itchy, dry, scaling, and irritated skin while providing and retaining essential oils necessary for optimal skin and coat health
- Delivers nutrients to horse's skin while providing a conditioning clean to their coat and helping prevent skin issues
- Unique spray foam shampoo sprays on exactly where you want, doesn't drip off so product doesn't get wasted, and rinses off easily without leaving behind residue
- Better ingredients for a healthier clean - no sulfates, no harsh chemical dyes and paraben free - safe for everyday use
- Easy to use spray applicator helps get shampoo to those hard-to-reach spots on the horse
Miracle Coat Miracle Mist Skin Treatment 32 oz.
- helps accelerate healing of cuts, scrapes, scratches, and bites
- promotes coat growth, available in 12 oz., 32 oz. and 1 gallon sizes
- fights fungus including rainrot and ringworm and bacterial infections
- promotes healing of such difficult conditions as proud flesh, thrush, greasy heal and cankers
- Miraculous skin and coat conditioner
Healthy Hair Care Products 16 fl oz CONCENTRATE Hair Moisturizer for Horses Makes Up To One Gallon
- 16 fl oz (473 mL)
- Healthy Hair Care Products
- This is a concentrate! Needs to be mixed with water. See description for instructions!
HORSE AND LIVESTOCK PRIME 111567 Plastic Curry with Hose Attachment, Blue
- Scrub with the force of Niagara falls with this curry
- It screws on a standard hose end and even has a handle and finger grip
- Made in Taiwan
Taste Of The Wild Grain Free Premium Dry Dog Food Sierra Mountain - Lamb
- A Taste Of The Wild With Roasted Lamb; Real Lamb Is The #1 Ingredient; Optimal Amino Acid Profile, Protein Rich For Lean, Strong Muscles
- Premium Ingredients With Added Vitamins & Minerals; Fruits And Vegetables As Superfoods For Hard-Working Antioxidants; Fatty Acid Blend For Skin & Coat
- Ingredients From Trusted, Sustainable Sources Around The World; Made With No Grain, Corn, Wheat, Filler; No Artificial Flavors, Colors, Preservatives
- Nutrient Rich And Highly Digestible With Guaranteed Species-Specific, Proprietary Probiotics That Survive And Thrive In The Gi Tract
- Made In The Usa; Family Owned & Run; Food Made With The Most Scientifically Advanced Food Safety Protocols; We'D Appreciate Your Call 800.342.4808
FARNAM 30401 Aerosol Wound Kote Pet Oinment, 5-Ounce
- Formulated For Surface Wounds, Minor Cuts and Skin Abrasions
- Works By Coating The Wound, Disinfecting It and Aiding In Early Scab Formation
- Acts Quickly, So No Type Of Infection Will Occur
- Substance That Is Not Easily Rubbed Or Washed Off
- An Aid Against Bacterial Infections Common In Skin Lesions
Oster Equine Care Series Horse Grooming Brush, Stiff Bristle, Blue (078399-100-001)
- Stiff bristle brush removes dirt with less effort
- Helps improve coat health and overall appearance
- Contoured design for improved grip
- Fits comfortably in any size hand
- Available in pink and blue
- Rubber control-touch handle for added comfort and better grip
- Densely packed coarse bristles remove dirt with less effort
- Innovative handle easily fits hands of all sizes
- Stiff, synthetic bristles
- Available in blue or pink
Wahl Professional Animal Show Pro Plus Equine Clipper #9482-700
Heathly Coat Supplement for Horses, 32-Ounce
- Helps improve your horses' skin and coat health
- The vitamins and fatty acids also improve joint health, permitting greater flexibility
- Promotes stronger muscles and a boost in energy
Farnam Slick 'N Easy Horse Grooming Block
- For A Silkier, Shinier Coat
- Works In Minutes
- Removes Loose Hair, Dust and Dirt
- One Block Groom 10-12 Horses
(2 Pack) Nu-Image Hoof and Coat Support For Horses
- (2 Pack) RICHDEL Nu-Image - 10lb Each
- Scientifically Formulated Supplement Rich In Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids, Biotin, Zinc and Lysine
- Promotes A Healthy Coat, Mane and Tail For All Horses
- Provides A Show Quality Coat In As Little As Ten Days
- Economical and Easy To Feed
Horse Health: Is it Colic or Enteroliths?
If you have never heard of enteroliths, don't be to surprised. I had never heard of them until I nearly lost my stallion from it, and I have been dealing with horses since I was old enough to sit on one.
What exactly are enteroliths and what is the primary cause? Enteroliths are an accumulation of phosphate, magnesium and ammonium that builds up around various things that the horse ingests, like small pebbles, sand grains, bits of wire or even baling twine. Basically, just about anything that can not be digested, or passed.
Horses can pick up these objects in many ways. Obviously from eating on the ground, but they can also be ingested from their hay, or even in grain. Horses feed is all harvested from the soil, so it stands to reason that the possibilty of foreign objects in the feed can be pretty high. Even feeding in a feeder that is off the ground is no guarantee of your horse not picking up fragments of these foreign objects. Check your feeders and you will more than likely find little pebbles, dirt clods, or other things laying there.
Horses that have chronic colic could very well have enteroliths. But that's not always the case either. My stallion was never prone to colic. I think in the 23 years that I've had him, he only coliced twice, until the day nothing seemed to help him. After several treatments for colic through out the day, my vet said I needed to get him to the animal hospital for surgery, or lose him because of enteroliths. His intestinal tract and colon was blocked. She was right. After exrays and immediate surgery, two very large enteroliths were removed. One was perfectly round and the other, slightly smaller, was almost eliptical. Both were very heavy, almost like cement.
My horse was very lucky, all things taken into consideration. During the surgery they found there was no rupturing in the intestinal tract. If there had been, he would not have been able to be saved. Detection is the key factor and the only way to detect an enterolith is either abdominal exray or exploratory surgery. The only treatment for enteroliths is surgery and there is about a 90% to 95% success rate, according to the veterinary hospital.
Symptoms to watch for, beyond chronic colic are being cranky, lethargic, weight loss, seeming to be depressed, not performing like normal, refusal or reluctance to either jump or go down hills, even loose bowel movements.
The biggest risk of undetected entroliths is a lodged stone, or object, that leads to the rupturing the intestinal tract. Once a rupture occurs, the horse either dies or has to be put down by euthanization. Heartbreaking, considering enteroliths can be detected.