Sweet Itch Prevention and Treatment

Sweet Itch Prevention and Treatment
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Sweet Itch Prevention and Treatment written by Abby Dickinson Horse Health :: Everything Horse Come the spring you may find your horse can’t resist a good scratch, which when infrequent is no cause for concern. Sweet Itch, however, causes prolonged periods of scratching or rubbing that produces sores and open wounds. Treating Sweet Itch may seem like a never-ending battle,...

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Journalist and News Reporter, Everything Horse Reporting on equestrian news stories, Abby also produces a variety of engaging content for the magazine. Email: abby@everythinghorseuk.co.uk LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/abigail-dickinson-391601172/

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