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  1. Respiratory Horslyx
  2. NAF 5 Star Respirator
    NAF 5 Star Respirator
    From Special Price £41.85 RRP Regular Price £46.50
  3. Gold Label Cod Liver Oil with Garlic
  4. Feedmark Clarity
    Feedmark Clarity
    From Special Price £42.78 RRP Regular Price £47.54
  5. NAF Easy Breathing
  6. NostrilVet Nasal Spray
  7. Freestep Respriease
  8. MaxaBreathe
  9. NAF Easy Breathing Liquid
  10. Dermoline Soothing Throat Syrup
  11. NAF Dispensing Pump
  12. Gold Label Liquid Garlic.
  13. NAF Five Star Respirator Boost
  14. NAF Kof-Eze
  15. James Hart Solutions AlergAlly
  16. SP Equine No Wheeze
  17. NAF Mint and Garlic
  18. Gold Label Killkoff Herbal Syrup
  19. Gold Label Allergeze Plus
  20. NAF Shake Relief
  21. NAF Garlic Granules
  22. Day Son & Hewitt Respyt
    Day Son & Hewitt Respyt
    From Special Price £44.55 RRP Regular Price £49.50
  23. Hubblick Respiratory Lick
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Since domestication, horses have adjusted to life in a stabled environment. Keeping a horse stabled is often more convenient for riders and handlers, particularly when horses are regularly competing. Unfortunately, some stable environments have poor airflow and as a result, there is often an increased amount of airborne dust and allergen particles in the air which can cause bronchiole constriction. Not all horses suffer but those that do often exhibit wheezing and coughing whilst stabled and in dusty environments; these symptoms can prevent horses from working and competing. Here at Online for Equine we understand how important it is to maintain a healthy respiratory system; we stock a range of supplements from Dodson & Horrell as well as Maxavita which contain herbs to aid in dilation of the respiratory tract to help relieve symptoms of COPD and RAO, garlic is a fantastic natural herb and is also useful to keep the flies at bay. It should be noted that cases of COPD should always be discussed with your vet as severe cases may require steroidal intervention.