SwItch

Cavalor
$45.99

Cavalor’s SwItch provides relief for horses suffering recurrent skin irritations, including summer eczema, sweet itch, and dry, itchy skin during the winter. This topical product can be used to help treat existing irritations, or preventatively during months when horses are predisposed to developing irritation. SwItch soothes the skin to provide relief from itchy skin while also providing protection from irritating biting insects.



Cavalor recommends testing SwItch on a small area of the horse’s skin to assess sensitivity and adverse reactions, especially if the horse is pre-disposed to allergic reactions to other products.

$45.99

Size 500 ml

Before applying SwItch, shake vigorously until the product changes from transparent to white in color. Apply using a cloth or directly on irritated skin 1-2 times per day until desired results are reached. For a preventative or maintenance treatment, apply 2-3 times per week.
Cavalor recommends testing SwItch on a small area of the horse’s skin to assess sensitivity and adverse reactions, especially if the horse is pre-disposed to allergic reactions to other products. 



For external use only. Wash hands after use. Harmful if swallowed.

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Horrible experience with Sw-itch

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We would not recommend this product to anybody. We applied this to one of our horses yesterday and he immediately went into so much irritation from it that he would not stop shaking his head and was stomping, pawing, and stretching his legs and pacing his stall. It was so bad it looked like he was colic’ing and we had to call the vet out and give him a 1200 pound dose of Banamine just to get him comfortable. We also immediately washed the product off of his neck. Out TB does have sensitive skin due to allergy and does itch his neck, which is why he is on allergy shots. This product advertises that it is for sensitive skin, but clearly you need to be very aware of how this product reacts with sensitive skin horses, or at lease have a big dose of Banamine and your vet on standby. We will never use this product again and feel it is a completely horrible product.