Sallenders and Mallenders can be a heartbreaking and tenacious skin issue. It presents as an accumulation of thickened, crusted scale and scabs on the front and hind legs of horses. Mallenders occurs behind the knees on the front leg while Sallenders occurs in front of the hock on the hind legs. The problem occurs most commonly in draft or heavy breeds and horses with feather. It is a common ailment in Gypsy, Shire, Drum and Friesian horses and is caused by excessive keratin production. Keratin is a fibrous protein forming the main structural constituent of hair, feathers, hoofs, claws, horns, etc.
500ml Tub. Made from pure Essential Oils and non animal based ingredients.
1000ml Tub. Made from pure Essential Oils and non animal based ingredients.