Recently my 9 y/o Paint Mare was diagnosed with Lyme’s disease and is currently receiving antibiotic therapy. She is out on pasture 24/7 (pasture is NOT on the perimeter of wood/forest line) and I’m concerned about re-infection. Is there a product I can use to repel ticks?
BTW, I’ve never seen a tick on my horse and was very skeptical about the diagnosis but…..the symptoms she was experiencing (very lethargic, new onset of spookiness and lameness alternating in hinds) do seem to be improving. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated!
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Thanks for asking and considering Mary.