• SW'ITCH - Fetlox
  • SW'ITCH - Fetlox
  • SW'ITCH - Fetlox


A soothing emulsion containing hydroxynbenzoate for horses suffering from the effects of insect bites. Sw’itch contains tea tree and rosemary oils to effectively soothe existing bites and neem oil to help prevent new ones. This proven formulation is ideal for horses or ponies prone to sweet itch.

Thomas Pettifer Story...

Thomas Pettifer began work as a farrier but the success of his herbal concoctions amongst horse owners grew throughout the Victorian era. The business expanded further under directorship of later members of the Pettifer family. "We've been caring for your horses since 1836"

Ingredients:  Secret formulation containing Hydroxybenzoate mixture.

Directions for use:  Apply daily with a cloth, concentrating on irritated areas of the mane and tail.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Leila H.
Not sure it’s making a difference

My horse seems to be rubbing about the same amount so I’m not sure this is really making any difference.

Dear Leila

Thanks for your feedback. Sweet-Itch is such a difficult thing to treat and what suits one horse may not suit another.

We are sorry to hear that it hasn't helped with rubbing but it should help with the coat growing back, we recommend to continue to use in conjuction with the Extra Tail spray. Hope this helps.

Kind regards


Lorraine T.

Haven't used it yet, using the last of something else,then I will try it will let you know

Debra S.

Have been using this on bad sweet itch. Amazing product has really helped with keeping itching under control plus helping skin/fur to grow back.

Sam C.
Good stuff!

Seems to sooth ! Very impressed with the company and delivery was quick !

Lynne W.
Switch is amazing

My horse was constantly rubbing her tail and it looked like a bottle brush
I started using switch and she really has calmed down and very rarely rubs against anything, I feel it actually saved her tail, which has now started growing back