DogNotGone and Open Ed Join Sponsor Family

DogNotGone’s horse vest has insect repellent baked into the fabric

Two new entities have joined the Summit family with generous sponsorships this week. We welcome DogNotGone, a Maine company which makes high visibility and tick-deterrent clothing for people, dogs, and horses and Open Ed, Open Learning and Educational Support at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada.

Welcome and many thanks to DogNotGone and Open Ed!

DogNotGone features insect-repelling apparel with the No Fly Zone™ Insect Defense System to repel ticks, mosquitos and other biting insects and to offer even greater protection for ourselves and our four-legged friends. Wear your No Fly Zone tick-repelling socks, vest, and gaiters on your next trail ride.

No Fly Zone’s active ingredient, Permethrin, is a synthetic form of a naturally occurring repellent found in the chrysanthemum flower. The product offers superior protection over other insect treatments because of a proprietary process that binds the Permethrin securely to the fibers of the fabric to provide a durable and long-lasting protection. Wash it dozens of times. Still works!

Check out their Horse Vests here or find them at our trade show.

Open Ed offers Equine Studies certificate and diploma programs with online courses to horse enthusiasts and owners across the world. In partnership with Equine Guelph, Open Ed programs provide students with the practical knowledge they need to improve the health and welfare of horses in their care.

Check out all our sponsors here.

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