Scratches in Horses

Treating Scratches in Horses with Banixx (Mud Fever) How To Treat Scratches In Horses (Mud Fever) Slim’s treatment with Banixx begins. Horse Scratches Treatment Day 14– Look! – No Swelling, No Redness! Before discussing how to treat horses scratches,  let’s establish what it is.  Scratches is an escalating condition caused by a fungus: Sporotrichum Schenki to be exact. It’s also … Read More

How To Get Rid of and Treat Thrush in Horses

How To Treat horse hoof thrush Infections With Banixx What is Thrush and how do I treat it?A nasty, rotten odor that is found when picking a horse’s hoof is a probable sign of a fungal infection called thrush. Thrush in horses hooves erodes the tissues of the frog, leaving a blackish ooze on the surface. Although the smell is … Read More

How to Get Rid of & Treat Rain Rot, Rain Scald in Horses

How To Treat Rain Rot In Horses With BanixxWhat is Horse Rain Rot and How to treat Rain Rot in Horses with BanixxHorse Rain Rot, also known as Rain Scald, is a common skin disease/infection in horses caused by a bacterium called Dermatophilus congolensis. It’s possibly one of the more common horse skin infections, and although it looks bad, it’s … Read More

How Long Can A Horse Go Without Water?

two horses drinking water

Dehydration is the result of excessive loss of water in your horse’s body. It is one of the most common challenges a horse will face in its lifetime, so it is essential to be able to recognize and treat the symptoms of dehydration quickly – your horse’s life may depend on it! Horse Dehydration Prevention Did you know that your … Read More

How To Treat White Line Disease in Horses

White Line Disease in Horses White Line Disease Treatment For Horses, Donkeys & MulesWhat is White Line Disease? It’s a hoof infection caused by fungi, bacteria, or a combination of both that destroy tissue connection within the hoof (it’s also called Seedy Toe). These organisms are thought to enter the hoof via old nail holes, cracks, and other weak points. … Read More

Caring For Your Horse: 9 Tips For Preventing Colic


Your beloved horse may be big, strong, and proud – but her digestive system is sensitive and requires tender loving care. A case of equine colic – or severe abdominal discomfort – could be just around the corner, as every horse is susceptible. Its effects range from merely passing gas to experiencing extreme pain and threatening her life. In fact… … Read More

Pigeon Fever in Horses

Pigeon Fever in HorsesWhat Is Pigeon Fever?Pigeon Fever is also called Colorado strangles or dryland distemper. It is a very contagious condition. Through an insect bite or break in the horse’s skin, Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis enters the horse’s body. Once the bacteria have entered your horse’s skin, there may be external abscesses, internal abscesses, or ulcerative lymphangitis. The vast majority of … Read More

Testimonials From Horse, Dog, Cat & Pet Banixx Customers

Banixx Success Stories/Reviews/Testimonials This is our dog Rolex, he’s an 8-year-old Pit Bull and is a big puppy. We took our 3 dogs to the local park with a large lake. The first throw of the ball, Rolex galloped into the water, and about 10 feet in, he let out a major Yelp and began to limp. I called him … Read More

Horse Skin Infection and Horse Wound

How To Treat Horse Skin Infections with Banixx What is a skin infection on a horse? Skin infections may be fungal or bacterial. The fungus or bacteria invade the animal’s skin through a cut, scrape or even an insect bite, if left untreated, the infection continues to grow. Some skin infections grow to be mild irritations while others grow exponentially … Read More

How to get rid of and treat Horse Skin, Facial and Hoof Fungus

How To Treat and get rid of horse fungus 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 horses is a natural but annoying occurrence. The fungus can enter the skin layers through bug bites and/or scrapes or lesions making this issue even more challenging to … Read More