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Muck-itch Ingredients

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We’ve been asked what the ingredients of Muck-itch are a few times. This information is printed on every bottle so it makes sense to post it here as well.

White Mineral Oil

Thymol

Eucalyptol

Methyl Salicylate

Menthol

Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil

Organic Lavandin Essential Oil

2% Chlorhexidine Gluconate

A Word from Our Customer

Read what one of our customers had to say recently about our natural rain rot treatment.  Spray on affected areas and see results within days! Thank you for sharing your story, Muck-Itch for Rain Rot, with us, Gail! 

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Muck-itch for Dogs

Although our product is typically used on horses, we have used it on other animals.  Through the years a few dogs, cats, goats, and (one) racoon have been healed with Muck-itch.  Just recently someone wrote to us on Facebook asking if Muck-itch was effective for dogs… Well, not even a week later, I noticed my [...]

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Happy Birthday Muck-itch™

This year Muck-itch™ Skin Saver turns 15. It’s hard to believe our product has been around that many years, especially since the person who invented, tested, and ultimately created our formula, Katrina Hollander, passed away in a tragic automobile accident in 2004. Although there was initially some debate over whether production would continue, Katrina’s husband and father decided to [...]

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Is Muck-Itch Contagious?

ABSOLUTELY! Once you have confirmed a rain rot infection on your horse, it is imperative to take extra precaution to ensure the infection doesn’t spread. Please note that any animal that comes in contact with an infected horse can be infected – including YOU. Yes, rain rot is easily spread from horse to horse and horse [...]

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Rain Rot Symptoms

Determining if a horse is suffering from rain rot is actually a very simple process. The name of the condition is self explanatory, really, so any horse which has spent a lot of time in the rain or moist grounds is susceptible. Depending on which part of the country you live in, that could mean [...]

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Holy Humidity

Living in South Florida is great.  Unless it's July or August, you are outside and not because you're at the beach.  The sun does what the sun does and most afternoons we get drenched with torrential rains and thunderstorms.  Luckily, the storms pass right over us relatively quickly and life resumes in a few hours. [...]

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