How do I treat my horse's/pony's skin fungus? | Solutions from Banixx Wound & Hoof Care

  • Resist the temptation to remove or peel away the fungus.
  • Saturate the area well with Banixx using cotton balls to ensure the Banixx solution reaches the fungal spores.  A good saturation with Banixx, will, in a very short course of time, simply lift the fungus from your horse or pony's skin.
  • Gently pat Banixx down to the skin of your horse or pony gently with cotton or fingertips (wash hands following this using warm soapy water)
  • Treat twice daily.  Consider using disposable gloves to eliminate any risk of transfer of the fungus.

(Note: Use this instructions with any other pet, too)

Facial Fungus

  • Remove dirt and debris from the affected area on your horse or pony.
  • Do not remove or peel away the fungus unless necessary.
  • Saturate the area well with Banixx using cotton balls to ensure the Banixx solution reaches the fungal spores.
  • Massage Banixx down to the skin of your horse or pony gently with fingertips.
  • Treat twice daily.  Consider using disposable gloves to eliminate any risk of transfer of the fungus.

Hoof Fungus

  • Remove dirt and debris from your horse's or pony's hoof area. Make sure the area is dry.
  • Do not remove or peel away the fungus unless necessary.
  • Saturate the area well with Banixx using cotton balls to ensure the Banixx solution reaches the fungal spores.
  • Treat twice daily.  Consider using disposable gloves to eliminate any risk of transfer of the fungus.
  • We recommend use of a medicine boot in treating your horse or pony with Banixx for severe cases of hoof fungus.

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Banixx™ Benefits

  • No steroids, no antibiotics
  • No odor to alarm your pet
  • No color, non-staining
  • Safe around the eye and mouth
  • Non-irritating, no sting or burn
  • Long shelf-life, temperature tolerant
  • Anti-fungal, Anti-bacterial

 

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