Can I treat thrush by just spraying Banixx onto my horse's feet?

Not for best results. Thrush resides in the dark, warm, moist crevices that are deep in the horse's frog. Spraying Banixx onto the hoof surface just doesn't reach those deepest of places, so this method will not treat the root of your horse's thrush infection. Banixx needs to make good contact with the bacterial infection to aid in its removal. This is one reason why we recommend using a medicine boot or similar to treat thrush in horses.

Banixx for HorsesBanixx is the product of choice for many horse owners for wounds, infections, punctures, injuries, lacerations, rain-rot and ringworm, fungal infections, white-line disease, scratches and skin infections, thrush and abscesses, pigeon fever, and more.

 

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