How To Treat horse wounds and injuries With Banixx
How do I treat my horse's/pony's cut, wound, injury or puncture?
A horse's or pony's cut/wound/injury can be resolved, in record time, and best of all, painlessly, with Banixx. Due to Banixx' unique pH solution, bacteria, aka, infection, cannot grow in an environment where Banixx is present. Hence, apply Banixx, then say goodbye to infection.
Method of application: Flush your horse's or pony's wound with plain water only if needed. Allow it to dry or pat the area dry with sterile gauze or a clean towel. Apply Banixx with a gentle spray directly onto your horse's or pony's wound (cut, tear, laceration or puncture). Apply Banixx twice daily until the desired result is achieved. As the repair process is taking place, the tissue is delicate, therefore, be sure to turn the spray nozzle to the gentlest application on this tissue to preserve its integrity. A high-velocity spray will merely disturb the granulation tissue (repair tissue) and slow down recovery.
Be safe when administering equine wound care. Do not mix Banixx with other products; this will dilute or neutralize Banixx. Then, just let Banixx go to work on your horse or pony wound! Banixx stays "active" for several hours so make no attempt to wipe or hose it off.
While Banixx is a powerful anti-fungal and antibacterial agent, it is also extremely tissue-friendly for your horse or pony and will not sting or cause damage to even the most sensitive areas. Banixx is clinically proven safe around the eye and contains no alcohol or iodine to cauterize tissue. For these reasons, Banixx is ideal for use with young or skittish horses and ponies, or other animals that may be difficult to treat.
Amazon Review by Liz up North "5 years a staple in my first aid kit"
“Banixx was initially rec’d to me by my equine vet. After 5 years of using the product, I can tell you it is great for cleansing wounds, keeping wounds clean and clear of infection and for treating skin conditions like rain rot, fungal dermatitis, and hoof injuries. We take excellent care of our horses, but occasionally injuries do occur and sometimes skin conditions can pop up suddenly underneath fly boots or fly sheets during our hot and humid summers in the Midwest. I find this product to be excellent at disinfecting. It does not seem to slow down wound healing like iodine base products can do. It is not irritating or painful for the pet. Also, if a wound needs to be sutured by the vet, I can cleanse it with this product without creating a gooey mess for the vet to try to place sutures in. This product also can be used on dogs for skin conditions. I always have at least one big container on hand.”