Dodson & Horrell Itch Free for Horses

Dodson & Horrell Itch Free for Horses
1kg Refill
1kg Tub

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  • 1kg Refill £9.25
  • 1kg Tub £11.49
  • 2.5kg Bag £26.99
  • 5kg Bag £46.49

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Description

Dodson & Horrell Itch Free is a scientifically balanced blend of herbs including Chamomile, Burdock Root, Nettle and Garlic Granules, when combined they make a powerful and effective nutritional supplement ideal for superb maintenance of the skin and coat.

Seasonal changes can affect your horse’s skin and coat, conditions such as sweet-itch can cause great discomfort and distress. By adding Itch-Free to your horse’s feed you can help to keep him feeling comfortable and healthy on the inside which will show on the outside.

Benefits

  • A herbal blend with soothing, healing and repelling properties
  • Ideal for seasonal changes
  • Available as a dried blend

Ingredients

  • Chamomile
  • Burdock Root
  • Garlic Granules
  • Nettle

Feeding Guidelines

  • Ponies & smaller horses: 2 scoops (50g) per day
  • Larger horses: 2.5 scoops (62.5g) per day

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Reviews (48)

Summary of Reviews for Dodson & Horrell Itch Free for Horses

Overall 5
Value For Money
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Absence Of Side Effects
46 out of 48 (96%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (32 reviews)
4 stars (14 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (2 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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45 Seems to work
Verified Purchase

By on 1 May 2022

My horse is definitely less itchy after adding this to his diet. He's a typical cob, so itching is always a thing, but i do feel this is doing something positive!

Customer recommends this product

55 Amazing supplement
Verified Purchase

By on 9 February 2022

I cannot praise this product enough. We have three rescue ponies and during the winter months they all turn into very hairy beasts. We feed them two scoops each of Dobson & Horrell itch free for horses daily during the winter months and the results have been incredible. This stuff works amazingly well, no more itching, inflamed skin or matted coats. It does what it says on the box.
Thank you Dobson & Horrell.

Customer recommends this product

45 Itchfree
Verified Purchase

By on 27 January 2022

The only supplement I have purchased that actually seems to work and helps his sweetitch

Customer recommends this product

55 No more stable scratching
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By on 9 January 2022

My horse developed rain scald on his neck after itching the stable door and breaking the skin, he would also regularly rub his tail. Since starting feeding this supplement I haven't seen him scratching at all, and hasn't rubbed his tail either...very pleased and think he is far more comfortable now :) its also very palatable

Customer recommends this product

55 Dodson& Horrell itch free for Horses
Verified Purchase

By on 25 October 2021

This product works very well. She is a lot more comfortable since commencing it.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Dodson & Horrell Itch Free for Horses, including answers from our team.

5 June 2022 at 7:17am

Nosebleeds??

Jadie

I’ve been giving my 32 year old horse Itch free for a week and weirdly he has begun to have regular nosebleeds….. As this is the only change he’s had I just wondered if there was anything in Itch Free that could have triggered them? He had head shaking as a youngster but not for many years … just interested incase an ingredient can do this? I’m not annoyed, just trying to figure out why they’ve suddenly begun ?

  • VioVet Staff

It is unlikely the nosebleed and the addition of the Itch Free are linked. Even if the Itch Free was not well tolerated by your horse then this intolerance would more likely show as skin complaints or abnormal stools rather than a nosebleed. It is strongly advised that you contact your vet regarding this so they can determine the diagnosis.

16 May 2022 at 6:04pm

Pony who has had laminitis

Kate S

Can I please just check, is it okay to feed a pony with this supplement who in the past has had laminitis?

  • VioVet Staff

In general you want to avoid sugar in supplements if your pony suffers from laminitis. Dodson & Horrell Itch Free contains just herbal ingredients and so this should not cause an issue for a laminitic pony.

19 March 2021 at 11:07am

Itch Free and Placid

Sarah Ginn

Can D&H Itch Free be used along side D&H Placid?

  • VioVet Staff

These products both share the herb Chamomile in the ingredients so giving both together could be an overdose of this. I recommend using a calmer that has no similar ingredients to the Itch Free, such as a magnesium based calmer like NETTEX Calmer.

12 November 2020 at 11:04am

Itch free compatibility

Julia Drake

is Dodson & Horrell Itch free Ok to feed alongside Formula 4 Feet ?

  • VioVet Staff

Formula 4 Feet is more aimed at the hoof and laminae whilst Itch Free has herbs that help the skin barrier. They are perfectly safe to use together and do not contain similar ingredients.

28 October 2017 at 10:06am

Welsh A Broodmare in foal.

Sam Cardwell

I have a broodmare in foal who has chronic sweetitch. Can I feed her this product and will it help? Sam

  • VioVet Staff

This supplement is not a licensed medication so I cannot say with any great certainty how helpful it will be. However it is a safe product and can be given during pregnancy so would be worth a try.

10 September 2017 at 10:30pm

Feeding all year round?

Eleanor Humphries

Would you reccomend feeding this product all year round or just during summer month?
Many thanks.

  • VioVet Staff

This product can certainly be fed all year round but it depends on the individual horse. If your horse can be itchy in the winter then I would give it all year. However, if you do decide not to give it over winter I would start again at the beginning of spring to help prevent the itchiness before it even starts.

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