Bugs Be Gone

Beau is a cremello. With his delicate skin and light hair, insects are drawn to him. It makes keeping him comfortable this time of year a real challenge.

Earlier this summer, a client gave me a bottle of Liquid Net insect repellent for horses. It was new to me, but I liked that it was all natural and had a pleasant scent. Without hesitation, I tried it on Beau.

Long story short, it really works. Beau is no longer covered with bites, and he even stands still when sprayed with Liquid Net. And though the label suggests re-applying after four hours, it lasts much longer.

This is not an official endorsement, just something I like for my own horse – and I thought you might like it, too.

2 thoughts on “Bugs Be Gone

  1. Liquid Net really works for the horses in my stable, students and boarders comment on its effectiveness and pleasant smell. I am glad it works for Beau, too.

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