Sally from santa cruz, california
My mare is just one of those horses that manages to cut herself on everything. This product not only heals her cut in a week or too but it repells the flys that could be carrying diseases. This is the only product I will ever use on my girl. I would buy again in a heartbeat.
crottyra from Shipshewana,IN
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
My horse got his nose stuck in the metal hay feeder and busted his nose up which caused it to swell to TWICE its size.He kept rubbing it on everything and rubbed it raw which made it infected so the vet had to lance it.He doest keep fly masks on and the flies would NOT leave it alone!A friend suggested swat and it worked wonders!!!I put it on his face and his hair started coming back!he didnt rub it anymore and the flies were nowhere i site!doesnt smell bad either!I also find it works well around their sheath also
showjumper/polebender from Altamont, NY
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
This stuff is amazing. It's great on my horses face or sensitive areas like wounds. It get's places the fly spray can't and it works better, harder, and stronger than fly spray. My horse loves it, Although I wish that it was a more readily available price considering the bottle size, such as 4-6 dollars instead of eight, but other than that, It's a must-have!
cz_zorro from Bellingham, WA
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Swat works amazing. The original formula can leave staining on fur, tack and/or clothing. Clear formula is actually "white" but works just as great as the original.
Love this product! Great thing to have on hand for those nicks & scrapes!
Arabian Lover from CA
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
I have used SWAT from the very first horse I had. Works wonderfully. This is something you must have in your barn. Although, it smells a little bit strange, it works better than any other brand. Although I do recommened putting Neosporin on wounds if you want something cheaper.But Neosporin doesnt keep flies away. This works best.
Evan Ryon from Hastings FL
10 out of 10 found this review helpful
Flies, bees anything that fly's can't get away fast enough. I had beetles nesting and eating my oak trees. Cleaned out the dust mounds holes and filled them in with Swat. The beetles hated the Swat. Better than cutting the trees down and burning them. That was what a nursery told me to do!
Liya from Washington
8 out of 8 found this review helpful
I bought this for my horse in Summer. The flies would really bother him. So i bought this and it worked so great!!!! It kept all the flies out, and the healded up his soars that the flies were getting into! I recamend this product!
9 out of 9 found this review helpful
Swat not only keeps the flies off my horse's injuries, I use it on the insides of her ears and along her belly/udder area. A few applications per week and what was once hamburger in the middle of summer now doesn't have a single insect bite. I'd recommend Swat to anyone! She tolerates it a lot better than sprays and it's very economical in comparison.
Samantha Starkey from
11 out of 11 found this review helpful
Swat is great, i use it alot. Swat is worth buying. They need to make this into a spray, that would be so great. And it works wondering with cuts and sores. I love this stuff.
Meredith Mobilio from
4 out of 5 found this review helpful
Have used instead of fly spray it keep the black flies from biting. it is a lifesaver
7 out of 7 found this review helpful
My moms mare got cought in the fence last year and rubbed herself raw all over the place! She was hurtin so bad, so I ran to my medicine cabinet and grabbbed the swat (i knew that it helped wounds and kept flies off) and put it in her. It kept the flies away then i continued to put it on over her wounds. It helped right away and now use it all the time. This medicine is a must have no matter what the occasion!
Maggie from Zebulon, North Carolina
7 out of 8 found this review helpful
The horse I lease is really allergic to fly bites and so after I would clean them up, them would be open and in danger if getting attacked by flies so I would use SWAT. There were no flies and the bites were gone in just a couple days. SWAT is a must when it comes to horses!
Sarah from Idaho
10 out of 11 found this review helpful
This product is excellent for the horses ears and any place they have bites to keep the flies away. Our horses love to get this stuff put in there ears and will lean their head into you while you rub it in. It does not drip down into the ear of the horse and will stay where it is put. This is a great product.
Kathleen from Carmel, IN
25 out of 38 found this review helpful
This is a MUST in any medicene cabinet. A major plus is that is definitely keeps the flys off and it will keep a wound from drawing up. IT will keep the scap moist and it will wipe off when its ready. I also use it on my dogs to keep flys and gnats off.
Colleen from Grove City, OH
53 out of 82 found this review helpful
My horse had over 10 bites from another aggressive horse and I wanted to make sure the flies dd not bother his wounds. My friend recommeded this product and it worked fantastic! It is not greasy and goes on the wound and stays on. I recommeded this porduct to everyone!
Josie from Rut., TN
34 out of 57 found this review helpful
Very affordable, not to harsh on the horses very harsh on flies and for that reasone I use it on ALL the horses at my barn!
Katherine from Pottersville NJ
13 out of 22 found this review helpful
The flies used to torture an old horse 34 on the farm where I board my mare. Applied to his legs, Swat really helps him. I use it about twice a week and it keeps him comfortable.
Sue from Linn Valley, Ks
120 out of 215 found this review helpful
Not sure if this is what irritated my mares eye but it was the only thing different that had been any where close to her. Right eye got very swollen, irritated, and teary for about 3 days after Id swabbed this around her eyes. Left eye was fine tho. Did keep flies away from her eyes.
108 out of 222 found this review helpful