Best equestrian equipment according to redditors

We found 222 Reddit comments discussing the best equestrian equipment. We ranked the 138 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Equestrian riding gloves
Equestrian sports trailers
Equestrian clothing
Equestrian riding boots
Horse driving equipment
Equestrian protective gear
Equestrian helmets
Horse crops, whips & spurs
Equestrian tack
Arena & gaming equipment

Top Reddit comments about Equestrian Equipment:

u/arnaudh · 141 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

You know what literally changed my life?

This microchip-activated cat door.

Unlocks at 6:30 in the morning, so the cat can go in and out as it pleases. Locks at 6:45 in the evening, so it can come in whenever it decides to, but can no longer go out (you can program whatever times you want, of course - those are just my settings).

No begging cat waking me up in the morning to get out. No worrying about the cat when it decides to stay out or escape at night (live in a rural area with plenty of predators).

And it only unlocks for that cat, because microchip.

Love that thing.

u/lawanddisorder · 39 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Brown leather cap toe Oxfords (that's the name for this type of shoe with "closed lacing") such as the Allen Edmonds Fifth Avenue are an iconic shoe and every Men's dress shoe maker has at least one of those in their line.

I agree that the Fifth Avenue is a classic design that will likely never go out of style and Allen Edmonds are good quality at the under-$500 price point.

Some cautionary notes. First, no shoe is ever BIFL, the most that you can hope for if you wear them regularly is that you will get a few years of wear, then a resole, then a couple more years of wear, then a resole. After that, the uppers are likely going to be shot and it will be time to get a new pair. Still, that's going to be a pretty good return on your initial investment.

Second, AE's quality has fallen off considerably over the last few years and your odds of receiving a new pair from the factory with some quality control issues are not small. Examine the shoes closely under good light for defects when you receive them, paying particular attention to the stitching, the inner and outer leather and the consistency of the color. AE is good about replacement with free shipping both ways, but it sure is a pain to ship shoes back and forth to Port Washington, Wisconsin.

Three, the Fifth Avenues are made on AE's 65 last (the last is the wooden form the shoe is shaped and constructed on), which is a very traditional American style silhouette. They're going to look bulbous and round if you're used to sleeker Italian looking shoes. There's also the possibility that the last will not be a good match for your foot and you will have to look at some other model or manufacturer. Johnston & Murphy Aldrich II Cap Toes will be slightly less expensive though most agree the quality is below AE. Twice a year, Brooks Brothers runs a 30% off sale applicable to shoes and you can sometimes pick up their Peal & Co. Medallion Captoes for a little over $450. Those shoes, made by Crockett & Jones in the UK are on an entirely different level of quality and style.

Fourth, the longevity of any pair of shoes is going to be exponentially improved with at least a moderate level of care. That means cedar shoe trees in the shoes when your feet are not in them. You will also need to do applications of a decent leather conditioner every few months, and yes, polishing every now and then with a cream polish. It would be ideal to follow with a wax polish to provide a protective layer but it is not mandatory. Always use a shoe horn to put the shoes on to avoid breaking the backs (called the "counter") of the shoes.

Fifth, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but all men's dress shoes are meant to be alternated with at least one other pair and worn at most every other day. The day of rest allows the moisture inside the shoe to evaporate and to give the leather a rest to maintain its shape. If you wear your shoes every day, you will be lucky to get a year's worth of wear out of them even if you do everything else right.

Last, I can't stress enough the importance of getting a good fit in the shoes you end up buying. Even the best shoes will wear quickly if your foot isn't meeting the shoe's designed stress points and pressure isn't being applied at the right place. Make sure you buy your first pair from a retailer that will take returns and wear them on carpet until you are sure you've got a good fit. Remember that good leather shoes like the Fifth Avenue will take some time to break in so slight tightness in the vamp (top of toe box) and and some slight slippage at the heel will probably go away once the sole develops some flex.

Wow, this turned into a very long post. Shout out to /r/goodyearwelt where any questions about shoes can be answered by some very knowledgeable folks.

TL;DR: AE Fifth Avenues are respectable, good quality shoes but no shoes are BIFL; make sure the pair you receive is free of defects; be aware that they look conservative and alternatives are available; make sure you take care of them and make sure they fit right.

u/finickyfox · 16 pointsr/BDSMcommunity

That's a riding crop. Like this one.

u/umabbas · 13 pointsr/Rosacea

Ok, so;

Ivermectin is a relatively new, Nobel winning medicine that can be used to treat a variety of conditions with living organisms, such as mites in the case of type 2 rosacea (papulopustular - the one with pimples, scabs, pustules, white heads and generally really unsightly and painful when left untreated).

In most cases, it's very effective and clears the face within few weeks (I strongly recommend going on a course of helping antibiotics from your doctor for that, as it helps with a 'die off', a slight to bigger but very temporary worsening of the pimples before it gets better. Not all people have that, but it's fairly common.)

For human use, it's usually prescribed as Soolantra; a topical cream. In most of the world where it's available, it's an affordable to cheap and sometimes even fully paid for medicine, and if your doctor doesn't know about it, mentioning it sometimes helps with its prescription.

I don't know where you're based, but if you're in USA, the Soolantra bit can get annoying and superexpensive due to the way that healthcare is set up to milk people instead of help, however I have seen people getting it with some pharmacy help for as low as 50$ a tube.

If that's not an option, either because you truly are in USA and your doc is a jerk, or because like me you live somewhere where it simply isn't imported and known, you can opt for 'horse paste'.

Horse paste is a colloquial term for horse dewormers; a toothpaste-like or gel-like substance meant for horses to ingest, with twice the strength of Soolantra (some people dilute it with moisturisers for usage to tone it down to Soolantra's level, some people use it full; in most cases it's a once a day application on the entirety of the face.)

You can get your hands on a dewormer in most farm stores or on Amazon, one like this for example: - you always want to make sure it's pure Ivermectin and not a mix, and it's for horses as the strength is easy to work with, either in full or halved.

One tube lasted me for about 1-2 weeks when applied daily; I now have a clear face with only occasional pustules so I apply it about once a week at this point.


I am not a doctor.

I use it without problems for nearly a year now.

Horse paste is not tested for human use. It is twice the strength of the tested human dose, and so far nobody reported any problems. One thing some doctors fear with this is developing a resistance, similar to how antibiotic overuse works.

Another thing is the fact that a lot of these come in apple flavour, so there's a concern that storing them too long out once opened diminishes their effectiveness and could even lead to spoiling; in which case I recommend not stockpiling on them but buying them as you go, maybe a month-worth of supply.

The substance is generally safe for topical use as it's super mild - horses are sensitive so they can't ingest just anything.

u/jixie007 · 9 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Maybe try something like these elastic clips inside the waistband to make it fit a little more snug?

u/sandmyth · 9 pointsr/Whatisthis

It looks like one of your parents has been a bad bad dirty person. They needed to be punished, I suggest that you get them a ball gag next time your have an opportunity to get them a present. Because one of them like to have their bottom smacked. is similar to what you found. Have you ever watched cruel intentions?

u/cramp · 8 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

You can try pant clips.

u/mportz · 7 pointsr/SeattleWA

>You had to go back and edit your post.
>Sad. Not even trying anymore.

I was quoting a portion of a FAQ section. I accidently copied and then pasted a smaller portion than I had intended on my phone.

I went back and within literally a minute or two put the full quote to include more information.

I'm a little confused at how including more information, the original amount I had intended "isn't trying."

>Look: I don’t have a problem with you deciding that your precious snowflake is to precious to go to school with ‘regular people’.
>I do have a problem with you asking me to pay for it.
>I’ll meet you halfway and spring for a set of these for you.

You're not paying for anything unless you pay for lotto tickets. How much money do you spend on the lotto?

Plenty of people without children fund public schools and programs like running start with their tax dollars.

I can't even imagine saying something like:

"Look: I don’t have a problem with you deciding that your precious snowflake is to precious to go to school with ‘regular people

I do have a problem with you asking me to pay for it."

About programs like Running Start which help kids in our state attend college courses while their "regular peers" attend "regular" high school courses.

u/redditj4 · 6 pointsr/malefashionadvice

All those suggestions sound atrocious.

Do you normally tuck your shirt into your pants? If you don't, maybe you could get away with one of these "pant clips"

They clip onto the back belt loops of your pants to create a cinch

u/jward · 5 pointsr/bdsm

It looks like you were using bondage tape. I'm a big fan of vet wrap as a replacement if you can find it. It comes in a wide variety of colours, is often way cheaper, is breathable so it's more comfortable to have on for a longer time, has some stretch to it so you can get more of a restricting feeling out of it, and it has the exact same property of only sticking to itself very well. The only thing bondage tape does better in my opinion is being shiny if you're into the latex look.

u/red144 · 5 pointsr/scabies

Ivermectin is what finally cured me: 2 doses a week (back to back days) for 3 weeks.

Unless you have crusted scabies (which it doesn't sound like you do), there won't be many scabies living in your environment, you don't need to throw away clothes, linen, etc, just wash and dry them on high heat each time you do the treatment. You can save time by just bagging clothes in garbage bags for 7 days if you don't need to wear them again immediately as the mites cannot live off your body for very long.

u/navygreen17 · 5 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

There are products that keep your pants snug!
Bed Bath & Beyond
Jean Straps

u/skond · 4 pointsr/funny

Or this, it's good stuff.

u/anben10 · 4 pointsr/HaircareScience

I have hair that is similar to yours, and i've been using Mane 'n Tail Conditioner for CO-washing. It's been working well for me. It's moisturizing but still very light, rinses clean, and doesn't weigh my hair down.

u/BurnedItDown · 4 pointsr/RATS

Your rats might just have mites and the b/w rat is really scratching and digging at herself. If they were really fighting then they wouldn't be sleeping together and the fights would be constant. Sounds like what you described is just playing. You could purchase some ivermectin from a tractor supply store. It's less than $20 so it's worth trying. Just give a small amount (size of a grain of rice) once a week to both rats for 3-4 weeks.

u/graceeh67 · 3 pointsr/Rosacea

If your issue was with dryness, it might be about the kind of horse paste you were using. I know there's a paste and a gel, and the gel is recommended for those with dry skin because it's very oily and moisturizing, whereas the paste dries out on your face and can be very drying for some people. Just a thought. Duramectin is the brand I'm using and it keeps my skin very moisturized, if anything it's a bit too oily for me sometimes.

u/usofunnie · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Cowboy Magic. Seriously. My daughter's hair isn't all that thick but it is long (she wants it down to her booty) and she can get some CRAZY tangles.

I squirt a little in my hands, oh between a pea and a marble size, rub them together and start running my hands and fingers through her hair. Goes on wet or dry. Doesn't feel greasy on the skin. And if there's a particular nasty snarl, a more direct application, rubbed in with your fingertips, will make it let go.

u/orangetangerine · 3 pointsr/samoyeds

Depends on the coat. I can see from your history you have a baby, around the time where they have a weird crossover coat that kind of is frizzy. I really love Cowboy Magic which most of the people I know swear by for spot detangling. I would use a good longer toothed comb (this comb is awesome, I tried to buy it at a dog show but they didn't have it so I have the one with two teeth spacings). We massage the Cowboy Magic into the tangle and tease it out with the widest part of the comb, then the narrower part of the comb.

u/aymeoh13 · 3 pointsr/Dogtraining

I use ~2 m for my GSD mix and it works great! I use a horse whip though which is probably a bit easier to wield than PVC.

u/toplessbooks · 3 pointsr/pelotoncycle

I have a Sunny belt style bike, I replaced the seat, added a cadence sensor, and bought a heart rate monitor. I am looking to replace my petals with clip in ones soon but have not done it yet. In total it all has cost me about $400 (minus the future petals and shoes). I have my bike situated facing a wall with peg board and I rest my ipad on the peg board while I ride. The only down side to my set up is I have to guess on my resistance as my bike does not have a digital resistance readout.

I did recently see that Bowflex came out with a bike it costs about twice what my set up is ($899 - so still half of what a Peloton is), and it will work out of the box with Peloton with no additions needed and a few extra bonuses my bike does not have like two water bottle holders and weight racks. Hard to justify the cost when I already have a functioning set up, but if I was starting from scratch that is what I would do.

u/Flamboiantcuttlefish · 2 pointsr/RWBY
u/brettanism · 2 pointsr/ElectricForest

I finally pulled the trigger on a pixelwhip and I'm soooooo excited to start practicing with it!

u/chrisgee · 2 pointsr/rescuecats

okay first of all, are you sure you mean giardia? giardia is a parasite and is easily transmissable to other pets. there is no 'vaccine' for it. so please be sure you understand what you're dealing with.

that said, if it is giardia, what are the pills? are they Flagyl (metronizadole)? if so you may have better luck with Panacur (fenbendazole) in liquid form. it doesn't taste as bad and if your cat is a good eater you may be able to hide it in canned food.

i've bought Safeguard and used it on cats, it's the same active ingredient as Panacur.

of course administering it directly is the safest bet. when i have an unruly cats who need meds i wrap them securely in a heavy towel or blanket so they can't scratch me. then it's just a matter of getting the syringe in their mouth.

u/jynnjynn · 2 pointsr/AussieDoodle

Ive got a couple, because I have no impulse control.

for difficult tangles I use cowboy magic.

For just normal brushing when theyre a LIL tangly, but nothing serious I mostly use this one. It smells like those strawberry candies old people sometimes have. It's the go to when theyve come in from rain or snow, or when theyve had an excessive amount of fun at the dog park.

and this one is what I generally use to brush em out after a bath/towel dry cause it makes them super soft.

Biggest thing in the winter is to make sure you keep their paw pads trimmed, and any extra side fluff trimmed down to foot size. The fluffy feet are like mud sponges.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have a fantasy of having sex in the woods, out in the middle of nowhere. Ideally in the mountains somewhere. This fuck fest would include bdsm, an all-female orgy, and roleplay. I'm not going into any more detail than that :P

Shits and giggles

u/Mundus_Vult_Decipi · 2 pointsr/headphones

As an old shoe dog I'd suggest a leather conditioner/cleaner as you would for a pair of leather shoes. This should help you a bunch

u/OldGreyTroll · 2 pointsr/cats

I built enclosures for my two cats' individual feeding bowls to keep the tubby cat from stealing her brother's food and getting tubbier. Basically a crate with a cat door that opens when the correct collar token or embedded ID chip comes near. If built strong enough, should work vs trash pandas. (for "strong enough" think 2"x4" construction bolted to the deck.)

u/nesscript · 2 pointsr/aww

I have an older pug that slides on tile or hardwood. We have put down long runners of carpet in our house to accommodate him but when we go anywhere with these surfaces, I bring some vet wrap and use it to make little socks. I find they stay on really well as they are self sticking, and also super grippy on the floor. Just another option for your very well cared for pup : )

u/Papa_Fatsack · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

I know I’m late to the party, but maybe this can help someone.

My bun got head tilt in 2014. We treated for infection and e. Cuniculi together and are confident it wasn’t an infection.

Panacur is the medicine you give to rabbits to address e. Cuniculi.

That shit is expensive. Use this instead:

Merck Safeguard Goat Dewormer, 125ml

According to this page, rabbits should be dosed 20 mg of Fenbendazole per KG of weight. My little guy weighs about 3 pounds so I was giving close to 30 mg daily.

In order to dose the goat dewormer correctly (100 mg/ml), I needed to give him 0.3 ml of medicine daily. If you have any questions with dosing, PM me.

I noticed HUGE improvements right away. He’s relapsed a couple times into the rolling state but a day or two on the medicine helps immediately for me.

He turned 8 this month, having lived with head tilt for 5 years now.

u/LoLBROLoL · 2 pointsr/Rosacea

Got it....

I ask because I did take the Amazon Ivermectin orally once to kill the demodex internally as well. Its 100% OK for human consumption. A lot of users have reported doing this for either demodex or scabies. I was desperate and I did it. Im 100% OK and it worked in conjunction with topical application of the same product.

This is the brand I purchased, squeezed a 200lb dose and swallowed it before bed. It tastes like the worst apple chapstick ever. I dont know if its the oral dose or the topical dose that helped but it did....

After I finish the soolantra, i doubt I will purchase it again from the pharmacy. I will continue to purchase the medication linked above as its stronger and much much cheaper.

Good luck, bro!

u/CutthroatTeaser · 2 pointsr/Rosacea

My rosacea is now mostly controlled but when I was actively treating it, I used Durvet (Apple flavored) horse paste, purchased on Amazon. It's actually more of a gel that a paste, so it spreads more easily if the skin is wet. I would saturate a cotton round with micellar water, add 3 drops of tea tree oil (which is also good for rosacea), and wipe my whole face, including under the jawline. With it still dripping wet, I'd then apply the smallest amount of horse paste possible that would cover my whole face and jawline, including my nose and eyebrows.

It takes a while to soak in, and it's best used at night. As such, I'd make it a point to do it at least 30-60 minutes before bedtime.

u/slamthedog · 2 pointsr/dogs

They are great! I've been sick recently and working a lot so it's perfect for getting some energy out without a lot of work on my part. Mine is just a lunge whip with a toy tied to the end. If you have a tack shop in your area you can get one there.

u/antichrist_superstar · 2 pointsr/halloween

If your up for trying out something a little strange, you sound like you have the perfect body to pull off a dominatrix costume. Get yourself a pair of sexy tall boots, stockings, garter belt, and a riding crop. Something like this will do for cheap, and you can get a kit with riding crop, cat tails whip, and fuzzy handcuffs for $5.48,, Bonus points if you can find someone to be your "slave" or "pet" for the night! Good luck and have fun!

u/richc3 · 2 pointsr/RATS

We used Ivermectin for it, which you can snag from

However, there's another one that's currently on sale for $3 a tube.

Overall, it worked relatively well and apparently has less side effects than "the other stuff." In addition to all that though, you typically want to freeze whatever you can (linen etc) for at least 24 hours, try to give the rats a bath after their meds (we couldn't do this -- they'd eat us alive), and wipe down their cage with apple cider vinegar + water -- let it soak in for a bit.

In our case, we suspected we were getting the mites from lab blocks at the pet store.

u/HALF-turtles-SHELL · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Dauber is definitely a preference. I prefer it for use in the brogueing. What you call shoe cream I call cleaner & conditioner.

u/KindFitPerson · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Hats off to Mike Robertson for publishing this great SMR ebook and making it available free on his website.

Many people like to use a piece of 4" pvc pipe instead of a foam roller. Wrapping it in a product like vet wrap can give it the friction needed to roll nicely.

u/scienceluver · 2 pointsr/germanshepherds

Buy a flirt pole! Our 3 month old loves it, and it tires him out QUICKLY. Here is the link to the one that we bought

u/UnapologeticalyAlive · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

top, boots, skirt, gloves, & of course the whip

u/desktop_version_bot · 1 pointr/RATS
u/Daffodil-11- · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

He has mange. But it can be easily treated! You can get a product on Amazon and I think Chewy and Tractor Supply called oral Ivermectin paste. I get the type made for horses.
Ivermectin Paste

You can google the best way to administer it but I use meatballs and inject about a little more than a pea-sized amount into each ball and leave them in a few places the fox has been seen. He only needs to find one and it will not hurt other wildlife.

u/germwrangler · 1 pointr/FemdomCommunity

This was where I got my first crop. I love it! It's held up really well to use and it freaking hurts when swung right. Or you can just lightly hit with the tip for some nice light sensations. I believe its from a legit riding/tack company. Added bonus, if you have a cat it also makes a really awesome cat toy, mine likes to drag the crop around the house.

u/oh_my_thai · 1 pointr/RATS

That was very helpful - thanks! I was slightly worried about Ivermectin, but it seems like people have had good results with it.

There is the horse one like they suggested, but I also saw one for small animals called "Beaphar Anti-Parasite Spot On For Small Animals". Seems like it could be effective. I think I may go with the horse one, though, since people have experience with it?

u/manatee1010 · 1 pointr/dogs

I sometimes use water in a spray bottle, but not always. Doing it dry probably increase the hair breakage some, but I don't have show dogs and they don't seem to care one way or the other. ;)

My Sheltie has hair like a Keeshond, and I do most of his grooming with the poodle. It's great for deshedding!

My Briard has hair that's... more like a poodle's? I line brush Cowboy Magic into his hair and it is a godsend. It's not a spray, though.

u/Spongi · 1 pointr/TwoXChromosomes

It's hands down one of the best conditioners you can buy, and not expensive either.

u/firexcracker · 1 pointr/ferrets

I too have always used baby shampoo.. for the ferrets, the dog, and the cat. For conditioner I use this stuff which is freakin' amazing.

u/serpentcroissant · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


riding crop anyone?


u/Daenyx · 1 pointr/AskWomen

A fiber optic dance whip. It is SO much fun.

u/DerBlinde · 1 pointr/cycling

Just to be clear, I‘m not talking about visibly wide looking comfort saddles. sq lab 612 15 doesn‘t look „wide“—but there if you need it, there is a big difference between 13 and 15!

u/-dav · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I use Meltonian cleaner/conditioner and either Angellus or Lincoln for my wax. These aren't high end products, but they get the job done for my purposes. If you're looking for higher-end, I've read good things about Saphir and their line of products.

u/C4gery · 1 pointr/BackYardChickens

alright, ordered these

it looks like it has roundworms, so my idea is to give it the paste and spread the DE on the ground to kill any worms and eggs that remain, is there anything else i should get?

u/OatsAndWhey · 1 pointr/Fitness

A different seat with a larger surface area will definitely be more supportive and comfortable.

If all you can go is a block, slow your intensity waaay down. Shoot for a little longer each time.

Your endurance will improve, and you will be able to tolerate longer and further as you build.

u/FallingAbout · 1 pointr/Leathercraft

I've recently decided I want to get into leatherworking in time to make one or two small gifts for the holidays, and have ordered a bunch of beginner tools and some leather. However, I realized I only ordered some jojoba oil (based on some Instructable I saw) but don't really have a finish for the leather. Obviously I've seen a million and one different suggestions online, but I was wondering if Montana Pitch Blend could be used for both protecting and waterproofing nude veg tan? I searched the sub and couldn't find anything about it, but it looks interesting to me.

u/columbines_ · 1 pointr/politics

Let's all chip in and buy her some of these sturdy made-in-the-USA-bootstraps. I'll happily donate 2 cents.

u/baileybriggs · 1 pointr/BDSMcommunity

This is a great wooden paddle from Amazon for $10.

This crop from Amazon for about $6. Absolutely not something that will last forever, but it's been working great on my ass after a little bit of leather moisturizer (one of the things that came in my Doc Martens care kit). I've had it for 3 months, and IMO it's already paid for itself. Works just fine till I can get a "good" one. :-)

u/Jade_Orange · 1 pointr/Pets

Poor baby! Order some Ivermectin off Amazon, mix it in with wet food, and make sure he eats all of it. You're going to have to figure out dosage, good luck.

u/sqwirk · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

>To enter, you must have gifted at least once, and have never been gifted in return.

>Edit: To be elibible you must not have gifted (anything) and never been gifted an NSFW gift. Other received gifts are OK.

But you say that you must have gifted at least once? I'm confuzzed.

I have gifted three people and have yet to be gifted, at least to my one's posted that there's something on my way and I've yet to receive anything :p

This is my NSFW list and this is an item under $10 that's on it! Spankalicious.

Never been gifted, nbd!

u/scabies101 · 1 pointr/scabies

I just got done emailing someone about this and this is what my husband and I used for the cream. It's basically Permethrin 10% sold as an insecticide. I'm just gonna paste my nodes I used - Feel free to read the reviews on these products too because a lot of people use this stuff for human scabies:

  • Topical Treatment - Permethrin. Apply all over your body and let sit for 8-10 hours once every 7 days. It's a good idea to do this before bed. You buy a soap dispenser at target/wherever and fill half with normal lotion and half with the Permethrin 10%. The normal doctor's prescription has it at 5%, but this 10% works fine, just don't abuse it more than your regular once-every-7-day-use or you'll get a slight bumpy rash. When combined, the lotion and texture is a little more pungent, runny/clearish than the cream from the pharmacy, but they do the same thing. It's weird, but you should feel minty fresh all over the next day. This product is also highly toxic to cats so don't let them eat or lick it. This med kills scabies mites dwelling on/in the skin, but not the eggs.--->

    And for anyone who need a source for the ivermectin paste,

  • Internal Treatment - Ivermectin: Measured by bodyweight, consume the proper amount of this paste once every 7 days with food. On how to measure the dose, watch the youtube link below. (A dose detail: When the gel is pushed out of the tube at the measurement which matches your bodyweight, it's a good idea just to cut the gel off at that point with your finger and take it by hand to make sure you get only the dose you need. Also, my husband and I rounded up so I did a 150lbs dose and he a 200lbs dose even though we are about 25-30lbs under that. We felt fine.) This med kills scabies mites dwelling on/in the skin and will kill any eggs which hatch.--->>
  • When to Start: Do not start the Permethrin and Ivermectin in the same day because it wouldn't make sense to. Eggs take 2-3 days to hatch so it's best to start these two meds about 3 days apart to kill off the 2nd wave each week. Maintain this schedule throughout the week(s) you take it.
u/PandaObsession · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

No, these are usually made of some sort of elastic and they go under a shoe with a heel to keep pants down. You can either have pant clips or you can have jodphur straps that come with a hole for a button.

u/hivemind_MVGC · 1 pointr/LARP
u/Vailhem · 1 pointr/nature

I'm picturing more this (Angry Billy Goat Terrorizes Town - youtube) than [this](cute baby goats jumping - compilation]( to justify my wrestle-goats-to-the-death-with-my-barehands-(maybe use a stick or rock if they have horns)-and-eat-them -after-thoroughly-killing-any-worms-to-live ... ...and taking a few bottles of goat dewormer with me just in case any survive or, more likely, any eggs are ingested. better to kill those things before they have a chance to get a foothold!

It's all fun & games until the gore kicks in! (not linking to those videos)

Whatever happened with Billy? He still hopping around somewhere or has he since moved on to that great pasture in the sky?

u/Through_the_Gyre · 0 pointsr/geek

How about a Daddle Saddle.

u/MFAWG · -1 pointsr/SeattleWA

You had to go back and edit your post.

Sad. Not even trying anymore.

Look: I don’t have a problem with you deciding that your precious snowflake is to precious to go to school with ‘regular people’.

I do have a problem with you asking me to pay for it.

I’ll meet you halfway and spring for a set of these for you.

u/soAsian · -3 pointsr/dogs

Heart worm - Invermectin You can get it from Amazon Ivermectin 1% Injection For Cattle & Swine, 50 ml

Some breed have problem with it.

intestinal worms - Fenbendazole You can also get it on Amazon SafeGuard for Goat

I used those on my dogs. No problem so far.