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PROTECT 14®

 

insect repellent spray


Use: PROTECT 14® is a fly repellent for tranquility of both horse and rider. PROTECT 14® repels and kills Horse Flies, Stable Flies, Face Flies, Horn Flies, Culicoïds, Deer Flies, Gnats, Mosquitoes, Lice, Ticks, and Deer Ticks. PROTECT 14® is a ready to use formula, effective fly spray against external parasites affecting horses. Original Formula for long lasting protection against all flies.

Directions for use: Shake well before use Apply PROTECT 14® with spray on the aarea to be treated. Reapply every 5 to 7 days under normal conditions for initial applications. Reapply every 10 to 14 days as needed.
 
 

 

ITCH REMEDY

 

Dermatitis


Use: ITCH REMERDY is a non greasy external gel to help prevent your horse from being driven into a damaging cycle of itching. Natural formula based with essential oils, plant extracts, vegetable oils.

Directions: Put a large dollop of ITCH REMEDY in the hollow of the hand, then coat the base of the mane and tail. Massage thoroughly to achieve adequate coverage. Continue treatment above as needed.
 
 

 

DERM 14

 

Fight against seasonal dermatitis


Use: DERM 14 is a non greasy external gel to help prevent your horse from being driven into a damaging cycle of itching, scratching and rubbing, particularly in the mane and tail.

Directions: First application: Put a large dollop of DERM 14 in the hollow of the hand, then coat the base of the mane and tail. Massage thoroughly to achieve adequate coverage. Apply 2 or 3 times daily for the first week, then space gradually to arrive at one application per week.
 
 

 

DEFENCE CREAM

 

Fly repellent ointment


Use: Defence Cream is a pink coloured, cream type fly repellent containing DEET in a weather resistant base which helps provide barrier protection against fly & midge attack.

Directions: For best results apply Defence Cream routinely from early spring to help prevent midge & fly attacks getting hold. Apply sufficiently well to cover the base areas of the mane and tail as these areas are most sensitive to midge attacks. Repeat as necessary, especially after sweating, washing or rain for example.