Beelzebug is a light oil which when rubbed
in, helps to stop itching and rubbing. Beelzebug is extremely effective
against flies, midges, mites, bugs, lice, ticks and all biting insects.
It has been used with equally good effect on donkeys, llamas, dogs, cats,
sheep and a number of smaller animals. Beelzebug works by discouraging the
feeding mechanism of biting/blood-sucking insects so that they can no longer
feed or bite once they have landed on it.
To help prevent itching and flies from landing we recommend that you give
your horse/pony a thorough 'once over' on the first application. To do this
you rub some Beelzebug onto the tips of ears (inside and out), into the
mane (working it into the roots, then proceed along the back and round the
tail area, making sure that the Beelzebug is getting well into the skin
on both sides of the spine and mane. Next, apply to the chest and belly,
finally rubbing a bit into each fetlock. The face can be done using a small
sponge or cloth, and dab on carefully, avoiding the area near the eyes.
Thereafter, top up weekly (in average conditions) or twice weekly in extreme
conditions. If your horse or pony has already started rubbing and has removed
areas of mane, tail and/or rubbed areas of skin until sore and broken, then
apply Beelzebug as described above in the thorough 'once over'. Then, for
the following three days top up, sparingly, the areas where he has been
rubbing. After this initial 3 day application, reduce to applying once or
twice a week to suit local conditions. We recommend that you give your horse
a clean with Unlox cleanser (or a good proprietary baby shampoo or other
mild type shampoo) from time to time to prevent a build-up of Beelzebug
on the coat.