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  1. Equistro Elytaan

    Equistro Elytaan
    €44.50
  2. Twydil Electrolytes + C

    Twydil

    Twydil electrolytes+c
    €6.50
  3. Twydil Electrolytes

    Twydil

    Twydil electrolytes
    €69.50
  4. Twydil Electrolytes Pasta

    Twydil

    Twydil electrolytes pasta
    €6.50
  5. Trm superlyte

    TRM

    Trm superlyte
    €64.50
  6. TRM Superlyte

    TRM

    Trm superlyte
    €22.95
  7. Synovium electrolytes q

    Synovium

    Synovium electrolytes q
    €43.75
  8. Naf electro lytes

    NAF

    Naf electro lytes
    €14.95 €11.95
  9. Naf electro salts

    NAF

    Naf electro salts
    €30.50 €24.50
  10. Global medics electrolytes

    Global Medics

    Global medics electrolytes
    €53.00
  11. Equistro energy booster

    Equistro

    Equistro energy booster
    €12.50
  12. Equistro Electrolyte 7

    Equistro

    Equistro electrolyte 7
    €87.50
  13. Equine America Apple Lytes

    Equine America

    Equine america apple lytes
    €26.00
  14. Equine America Apple Lytes Pasta

    Equine America

    Equine america apple lytes paste
    Special Price €13.60 Regular Price €17.00
  15. Cavalor electroliq balance

    Cavalor

    Cavalor electroliq balance
    €27.95
  16. Cavalor An Energy Boost

    Cavalor

    Cavalor energybooster
    €54.95
  17. Cavalor electrolyte balance

    Cavalor

    Cavalor electrolyte balance
    €27.95
  18. TRM Isopro

    TRM

    Trm isopro 2000
    €26.00
  19. TRM Electrolyte Gold

    TRM

    Trm electrolyte gold
    €69.75

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At DocHorse, you can find a carefully selected range of Electrolytes for your horse. After heavy sweating, it is advised to make up for the loss of the minerals with an Electrolyte supplement. Your horse can restore the reserves by itself, but this might take up to 2 days. On hot days during the summer period, your horse may sweat more that he recuperates!

There are different kinds of electrolytes, liquid and in powder, but also in a paste. This is very convenient when you’re at a competition or show. Make sure though, that your horse has access to (fresh) water when you’ve given him Electrolytes, for he may have the need to drink more than usual. Also make sure to read the instruction manual before using the Electrolytes, some have to be given over the feed, others have to be mixed with water.

What is important when choosing the best Electrolytes?

We advise to select a type of Electrolytes that’s based on glucose. It ensures a rapid absorption of the Electrolytes in the intestine. Also, make sure to pick a type that fits your horse. If he’s a picky eater, you might want to take a flavored Electrolyte, but if you’re using it mostly on competitions, perhaps a paste would be the best choice for your horse.

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