How To Treat ringworm in dogs with Banixx

How to get rid of and treat for my horses's/pony's ringworm | my cow's ringworm

Ringworm in Horses Banixx, being a vigorous anti-fungal, is the first choice for ringworm in horses, ponies, show cattle, show goats etc.  To get rid of and treat horse ringworm follow these simple directions:

  • Spray Banixx liberally to your horse's ringworm and..the immediate surrounding area, you may do this two times daily for several days, or, as needed. The reason for spraying surrounding areas is due to the highly contagious nature of the infection.
  • If possible or practical, pat Banixx gently into the skin of your horse or pony so that it makes firm contact. Be sure to wear disposable gloves and discard between each animal to prevent the spread of infection and to protect yourself.
  • Banixx is well tolerated, by even the most skittish of horses due to its lack of burn/sting, and that it is odor-free. Banixx is totally safe for use around the eye.
 

Learn More About Ringworm – What Is It and How to Treat Ringworm in Horses

The photo above shows ringworm on a horse (photo credit = www.horsebarn.com).

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Banixx® Benefits

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

 

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