Premium ingredients such as natural botanical extracts are safe for animals with sensitive areas. pH-balanced to keep your horse's skin healthy and coat shiny. No harsh detergents, synthetic polymers, or petroleum-based products. Safe and high-quality option for use on many different animals – even cats!
Doesn't address any specific skin issues, but is a solid general-use shampoo.
Restores moisture to damaged hair. Leaves a subtle clean and minty scent while deodorizing even the smelliest animals. A formula with aloe and other botanicals that keeps coats shiny. Contains no alcohol.
Some users dislike the scent, but this seems largely due to personal preference.
Gentle and non-irritating. Great all-purpose cleanser with high foaming agents and added moisture. Its scent is a recognized fly repellent, which is a nice bonus for animals.
Not a concentrated formula, but a little still goes a long way.
Users have noted that it is a great product for light-colored horses. Gets out tough stains from grass or mud quickly. Added detangling agents make brushing quick and painless.
It was noted that it should not be a replacement for traditional baths all the time, but is a great alternative when needed.
Convenient foaming spray makes it easy to use. Rinses off easily. Cleans and conditions while addressing issues such as fungus, rain rot, ringworm, and yeast. Contain no sulfates, harsh chemical dyes, or parabens.
Small amount for the price, but it could be worth it if your horse has skin ailments.
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In terms of horse shampoos, your choices may seem endless, but there are a few issues to keep in mind when searching for one. The first is, what are you searching for in a shampoo? A shiny coat, help with dry or irritated skin, to remove stains? Different shampoos target different problems, so shop carefully. Concentrate on ingredients like tea tree oil or aloe for irritated skin. Oatmeal is effective for dry skin. Stain removers are effective, but can irritate skin. Be sure that with any new shampoo you try it out on a small area of your horse first in case there is any allergic reaction. And no people shampoo. Horses have a different pH – and different needs – than we do.