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A nutritional supplement that provides specially blended feed nutrients for horses to help maintain normal composure.


What Can Lead To Increased Restlessness in Your Horse?

Noisy environments

Lifestyle changes



Loud noises such as thunderstorms and fireworks

Traveling with horses can be difficult sometimes

After being turned out following box-rest horse can become restless


Changes in stabling or grazing areas or other animals around them

Signs of Restlessness

If your horse demonstrates any of the following characteristics, it may indicate increased restlessness:

  • Box walking or other restless behaviour in stables

  • Unwanted behaviours when tacking up or being ridden

  • Poor performance at competitions, when they usually perform well at other times

  • Unsociable behaviours towards people or other animals

  • Changed behaviour like shying in everyday situations


Why Should I See My Vet?

At VetPlus we believe vets are best placed to advise the best course of action for your pet. Because of the way people have bred horses, behavioural problems and anxiety are very common. If your horse seems extra restless or you need advice on your horse, it can be helpful to talk to your vet. Your vet will be able to perform checks to ensure they’re healthy.

Next Steps

Our products are only available through veterinary practices. To find your closest vet practice stockist, please contact us.

What Else Can I Do?

Your vet may recommend a few key strategies to help your horse improve their composure and live happily together. Lots of owners find it’s useful to use a combination of:

  • Behavioural techniques

  • Environmental changes

  • Supportive Nutritional Supplements


It is important to remember that managing behavioural issues can take a long time and patience so do not lose heart if the problems do not disappear immediately.


Feeding Guidelines

Calmex Equine is a nutritional supplement that comes in a sachet and should be added to feed or mixed into a paste, then syringed into the mouth. It can be given once per day, or split across two feeds. It can be used for short, medium or long term nutritional support. 



Up to 350kg


Over 601kg



1/2 sachet

1 sachet

1 1/2 sachets


Contact the vet you purchased Calmex Equine from for guidance on the use for your horse. They’ll be able to provide specialised advice for your horse due to the records they keep. If you are unable to get the information you need from your vet, or if you bought Calmex Equine elsewhere, please contact us for assistance.

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