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Non-Sweating

Especially dangerous for horses in hot, humid climates

See how you can support your horse’s ability to properly perspire to maintain a healthy body temperature.

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Supplements for Healthy Sweating

Is Your Horse Sweating Enough?

Hot weather can be hard on your horse. Support your horse's needs as they change with the weather.

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  • Signs of Anhidrosis

    Anhidrosis is a partial or complete inability to sweat, also known as "dry coat". Besides a lack of sweat, other common signs of anhidrosis include elevated body temperature, increased respiratory rate and dilated nostrils. Ask your veterinarian if you suspect your horse may have this condition.

Platinum Refresh

Supports thermoregulatory by providing nutrients that address:

  • Nervous system health
  • Healthy circulation
  • Oxidative stress management
  • Healthy Perspiration

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Real Clients. Real Results.

  • Louie & Vinny

    Platinum Performance® Client since 2012

    "Louie is a chronic non-sweater, stopped sweating before he was weaned and is sweating better than ever after being on Platinum Refresh. Vinny is currently in race training and has shown marked improvement after 2 weeks on Platinum Refresh. I’m extremely pleased with the transformation this product has produced, as I have tried everything to no avail." — Sandra M.
  • Red

    Platinum Performance® Client since 2012

    "This is our first summer for my non-sweater to be on Platinum Performance Equine & Platinum Refresh in Paks. It is our third week of 100-degree temperatures, and he is still sweating. This may be our first summer that we will be able to work!" — Katie C.

Questions About Non-Sweating?

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Signs of Dehydration:

  • Pinch Test: If the skin on you horse's neck doesn't quickly return to its place after being pinched.
  • Mucous Membranes: If your horse's mucous membranes in his nose and mouth are dry and red.
  • Capillary Refill: If you press and remove your finger against your horse's gums, the spot should turn white and regain color quickly. The longer it takes the capillaries to refill correlates with the severity of the dehydration.

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