Horse Allergies: Symptoms & Care
Does My Horse Have Allergies?
Caring For Your Horse If You Suspect They Have Allergies
Reduce exposure to allergens: If you suspect that your horse is allergic to pollen or dust, try to keep them in a well-ventilated area with clean bedding. You may also want to consider using a fly mask or other protective gear to reduce exposure to allergens.
Modify their diet: Some horses may be allergic to certain types of feed. If you suspect that your horse is allergic to something in their diet, talk to your veterinarian about modifying their diet or switching to a different type of feed.
Use medication: Your veterinarian may prescribe medication to help manage your horse’s allergy symptoms. This may include antihistamines, corticosteroids, or other types of medication.