Horse care guide

1. Coat and mane care of horses

Besides the hygienic aspect, the grooming of horses is of great importance for social and confidence-building reasons.

In our guide to coat and mane care of horses, you can find out what the optimal contents of a grooming box look like, what to consider when washing your horse and how you can support your horse during the coat change.

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Calendula Skin Care Balm

2. Skin care of the horse

A healthy skin barrier is the best protection against skin diseases of the horse. Whether to support flaky and dry skin, to care for mites or sweet itch, to soothe the skin or to care for wounds:

In our skin care guide of horses we explain the differences and areas of application of skin care products for horses.

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3. Hoof cleaning and care

The shape and condition of each horse’s hooves is unique. Careful hoof care – daily cleaning and removal of stones, dirt and manure – reduces the risk of developing inflammatory hoof diseases, and also makes it easier to detect pathological changes. In this way, hoof cleaning and care is an essential part of keeping the horse healthy.

Learn more about hoof care and cleaning in our guide.

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Well groomed hooves
Application of a hoof bandage

4. What belongs in an equine first aid kit?

From minor bruises to major injuries requiring first aid measures – a well-stocked equine first aid kit is one of the most important requirements in such situations to help your horse recover quickly and without complications.

Would you like to learn more about what belongs in an equine first aid kit and what particularities need to be considered? For the trail riders among us, there are also valuable tips for the first aid kit when travelling.

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