How to treat thrush in horses? | Solutions from Banixx Wound & Hoof Care

First, make sure the hoof is clean and dry, then apply Banixx.  Treat twice daily. 

Banixx needs to make contact with the infection to be effective.  We recommend the use of a medicine boot for severe thrush, both to keep Banixx in contact with the infection and to keep the hoof in a sanitary environment.  If you don't have a boot, consider wrapping the foot to keep it sanitary.  Results are visible in two to three days.


Case Study: Extreme Thrush

Chronic Thrush - BEFORE Banixx Chronic Thrush - Day 3 WITH Banixx

A deep, chronic thrush infection had penetrated deep into the sensitive Plantar cushion, and this horse was lame.

The hole caused by the thrush infection, seen in the picture at left, was 1/2" deep before treatment. After 3 days of Banixx™ application with a medicine boot, there was a huge reduction in both the size and depth of the horse's thrush infection (see photo above, at right).

The medication boot was important for maintaining the foot in the Banixx™ solution and keeping the foot in a clean environment. Learn more about the reason for using a medicine boot.

Banixx is documented to produce "fast results even with painful severe thrush, with pain markedly decreased within one to two days" (Horse Journal, Dec 2009).

Learn more about common hoof problems in horses.

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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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