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Cavalor MudDoc

Natural Mud Fever Care

Cavalor MudDoc

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  • Mud fever balm with essential oils
  • Stimulates blood circulation for fast recovery from mud fever
  • Contains Aloe vera, lavender, eucalyptus, and tea tree oils

Cavalor MudDoc is 100% natural and contains more than 10 essential oils.

More information about this product can be found in the product data sheet. You can download this data sheet by clicking on “specifications”

Clip the affected area if necessary.
Wash the leg first with a disinfectant shampoo like Cavalor Derma Wash.
Dry the pasterns with a cloth before applying Cavalor MudDoc.
Apply Cavalor MudDoc daily.

Continue to use Cavalor MudDoc as long as needed to prevent the mud fever from returning.
Warning: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

More about this product

Cavalor has reinvented its solution for fighting mud fever! More than 10 essential oils work together to relieve pain and to disinfect and heal the sores. Cavalor MudDoc is a fast-acting and unique combination of various essential oils including Aloe vera, lavender, eucalyptus, and tea tree oils.

Cavalor MudDoc is a versatile way to treat mud fever. Its antiseptic properties make the pastern an unpleasant environment for the bacteria that cause mud fever, while its wound-healing and pain-relieving properties improve the horse’s well-being.

It also stimulates blood circulation for faster recovery. Cavalor MudDoc improves skin elasticity, minimises scar tissue formation and accelerates hair regrowth. Keeping skin supple is important in preventing it from cracking.


Mud fever is without a doubt the most recognisable skin condition in horses. Mud fever is actually a non-specific collection of skin inflammations (dermatitis) that occur primarily in the horse’s pastern. In severe cases it can lead to swelling in the leg and will not heal on its own if left untreated. In extreme cases, mud fever can lead to lameness.

The most noticeable symptoms are redness, scaling, scabs, and cracks to the skin of the pastern. This area is often warm and moist, so that bacteria can quickly multiply there.

Mud fever can be caused by a variety of factors. It can be caused by dirt, mud, insects, or from frequent washing of cracked skin prone to bacterial infections. Fungal infections, scabies mites, and sunburn can also be the causes. When the horse moves, its pasterns are constantly in movement as well. This makes it difficult for the skin there to heal.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Sara Bunch
Mud doc

Perfect cream to aid and prevent mud fever or other skin irritations


Great product, really helpful