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Heritage Downs Horse Shampoo Concentrate

Heritage Downs Horse  Shampoo Concentrate
Heritage Downs Sulphate Free Shampoo
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Heritage Downs Quality Natural Care Shampoo

Heritage Downs Sulphate free shampoo has been formulated using premium quality ingredients, to give a deep clean, leaving your horse, dog or any animal glowing, shiny and smooth. The combination of ingredients helps to keep the annoying insects at bay and also helps heal skin irritations such as QLD Itch and Rain Scald on horses or Demodectic and Sarcoptic Mange on dogs.

This environmentally friendly product will keep your precious friend looking & feeling their best all year round!

Use in conjunction with Heritage Downs Sulphate free conditioner for a super soft coat and tangle free mane and tail!

Available in 500m ($21.95)l, 1lt ($35.95) , 5lt ($132.95) - an economical way to save on costs!

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  • Reviewer: Josie Reynolds
    This shampoo saved my sainty. I had tried just about everything to treat his itch will limited results - this stopped it in its tracks and he had hair growth within a week .
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Horse & Equestrian Articles

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Horse Rug Colours and Insects
Horse Rug Colours and Insects
Posted: Saturday, August 19, 2017 | Views: 8588
Comments: 2

Some horses get more attention from insects due to their colouration, and some horse rug colours are more likely to attract insects than others. 

Dealing with Itchy Horses?
Dealing with Itchy Horses?
Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017 | Views: 23056
Comments: 12

What causes Queensland itch and what can I do to manage It? The usual cause of Queensland Itch is a hypersensitivity to the bites of sand flies (midges) of the species Culicoides. 

Winter Coats - How to remove them.
Winter Coats - How to remove them.
Posted: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 | Views: 5692
Comments: 3

A few hints and tips to removing a horse's winter coat...

Treating the Greasy Heel Condition in Horses
Treating the Greasy Heel Condition in Horses
Posted: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 | Views: 18017
Comments: 4

Another common condition you should be on the look out for with your horses is Greasy Heel. Also if you have used Heritage Downs Cream we would love to hear from you.

Rain Scald and Horses
Rain Scald and Horses
Posted: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 | Views: 8350
Comments: 2

Your horse is at risk for rain scald if he or she has skin damage, frequently gets soaked, or spends a lot of time with other horses that have risk factors for rain scald and carry the bacteria. 

Expert Tips on Shampooing Your Horse
Expert Tips on Shampooing Your Horse
Posted: Saturday, May 19, 2012 | Views: 4837
Comments: 0

Hygiene is important when it comes to your livestock. Here are some few basic tips for getting the most out of shampooing your horse.

Show Horse Grooming
Show Horse Grooming
Posted: Monday, March 19, 2012 | Views: 5827
Comments: 0

Grooming your horse is an ongoing commitment, but show horses may require some special grooming as their shows approach. Following the right procedures just before horse shows can improve your chances of success.

Horse Rug Colours and Insects
Horse Rug Colours and Insects...
Posted: Saturday, August 19, 2017 | Views: 8588
Comments: 2

Some horses get more attention from insects due to their colouration, and some horse rug colours are more likely to attract insects than others. 

Dealing with Itchy Horses?
Dealing with Itchy Horses?...
Posted: Thursday, August 17, 2017 | Views: 23056
Comments: 12

What causes Queensland itch and what can I do to manage It? The usual cause of Queensland Itch is a hypersensitivity to the bites of sand flies (midges) of the species Culicoides. 

Winter Coats - How to remove them.
Winter Coats - How to remove them....
Posted: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 | Views: 5692
Comments: 3

A few hints and tips to removing a horse's winter coat...

Treating the Greasy Heel Condition in Horses
Treating the Greasy Heel Condition in Horses...
Posted: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 | Views: 18017
Comments: 4

Another common condition you should be on the look out for with your horses is Greasy Heel. Also if you have used Heritage Downs Cream we would love to hear from you.

Rain Scald and Horses
Rain Scald and Horses...
Posted: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 | Views: 8350
Comments: 2

Your horse is at risk for rain scald if he or she has skin damage, frequently gets soaked, or spends a lot of time with other horses that have risk factors for rain scald and carry the bacteria. 

Expert Tips on Shampooing Your Horse
Expert Tips on Shampooing Your Horse...
Posted: Saturday, May 19, 2012 | Views: 4837
Comments: 0

Hygiene is important when it comes to your livestock. Here are some few basic tips for getting the most out of shampooing your horse.

Show Horse Grooming
Show Horse Grooming...
Posted: Monday, March 19, 2012 | Views: 5827
Comments: 0

Grooming your horse is an ongoing commitment, but show horses may require some special grooming as their shows approach. Following the right procedures just before horse shows can improve your chances of success.