How To Treat and get rid of horse fungal infections With Banixx
How do I get rid of and treat my horse's/pony's skin fungus?
In times of warm, humid weather, skin fungus on your horse's face or legs is a natural but annoying occurrence. Luckily, Banixx, as an anti-fungal topical solution, treats this unsightly equine skin fungus in record time and without breaking the bank.
(Note: Use these instructions with any other pet, too)
Facial or Leg Fungus
To get rid of and treat your horse’s skin fungus, resist the temptation to remove or peel away the fungus from your horse’s skin. This may leave the area raw and thus open to infection while also being painful for your horse. Whether it is a facial skin fungus or fungus elsewhere on your horse, saturate the area well using cotton balls to ensure that the Banixx solution reaches right down to the fungal spores. You may use your fingers to massage Banixx into the skin but, if you do, then the use of disposable gloves is advisable to prevent spreading the infection. Treat 2-3 times daily and results will be apparent in just a few days. If your horse has lost hair due to the fungus, which is not unusual, just keep in mind that hair re-growth is not a quick process – it may take a couple of weeks before new hair is readily seen.