Ammonia Stinks

Urine Smell, Stall Odor & Health Risks

If you smell ammonia in your horse stall, you have more than an odor problem — you have a health problem.
Ammonia does stink! Absolutely. The accumulation of ammonia in horse stalls and barns is more than an odor nuisance; it is a serious health concern. Studies have concluded that even low levels of ammonia stress a horse’s upper respiratory airway, placing them at risk of pneumonia, heaves (an asthma-like condition), and a host of other respiratory ailments. Foals are especially vulnerable to these respiratory hazards, and extended stall time can very quickly elevate the ammonia levels to unhealthful levels for all horses.

Stopping Ammonia

A regular application of Sweet PDZ on the stall floor and mixed in with your bedding will go a long way toward keeping your stalls hygienic while safeguarding your horses’ overall health.

Sweet PDZ captures and neutralizes ammonia and odors while absorbing urine and dampness. Applying it in your stalls regularly will enable your horses to maintain their energy and stamina by giving them fresh and healthy air to breathe.

View Sweet PDZ Horse Stall Refresher Products.

Household Pets?

Urine smell caused by ammonia affects many households. View Sweet PDZ product for Small- and Medium-sized pets, or products for the Chicken Coop.