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No Thrush, 2.5 oz.

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No Thrush was originally designed for equine thrush and frog maintenance. However, it can also be used with great effect on coat fungus, rain rot, and scratches. No Thrush can be used for all animals.

Directions:
No Thrush and Soft Frogs: Clean away debris with pick/brush. Do not wash. For fastest results keep horse in dry environment, however No Thrush works well in wet climates as well. Apply 1 to 2 times per day by thoroughly dusting frog, and be sure to get powder into all hoof grooves and heel cracks.

Final Step: Using hoof brush, brush the powder vigorously around frog, crevices and heel bulbs. This ensures all skin tags are completely coated, and prevents excess waste. No Thrush will absorb the thrush breeding ground, firming up the frog and heel, and will also allow normal re-growth of tissue to resume.

For Scratches, Rain Rot, and Coat Fungus: Do not wash, and do not soften or remove scabs. Simply puff No Thrush onto problem area and "gently" rub it against the grain of the fur. Use 1-2 times per day. No Thrush will absorb discharge and create firm protective scabs, allowing healing to commence from the inside. Scabs will soon harden and fall off when healing is complete.

NOTE: If a crack between the heel bulbs is present (these are caused by thrush), be sure to continue 3 to 4 dustings per week until crack is re-grown.

NOTE: No Thrush should be used in normal hoof "maintenance." A weekly dusting will aid in prevention of recurring thrush.

Specification Description
Horse: Yes
Package Size: 2.5 oz.
Brand: No Thrush
Type: Powder
Goat: Yes
Cattle: Yes
Pig: Yes
Main Ingredients: Copper Salt, Iron, Oregano Powder
Product Type: Thrush Treatment
Life Stage: Any
Sheep: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number 55283
No Thrush, 2.5 oz. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this! I love this product. Here in Texas with all the rain, I always have this on hand. It helps dry the hoof while protecting from thrush. Love it!
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No thrush Amazing!! We have been struggling with thrush for years. We saw improvement within 24 hours. Highly recommend
Date published: 2017-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! I have tried "Tomorrow" and the baby diaper/vet wrap/Gorilla tape and prefer using this method, especially when the pasture is full of mud! I use tip the hoof up, fill it with "No Thrush", then place a sanitary pad on the hoof to protect against rubbing, NOT to absorb all of the water in the pasture!!! Then I vet wrap up the leg some and use Gorilla tape to strategically wrap the hoof being careful not to wrap the back in a way it could impede circulation to the hoof or tendon issues.
Date published: 2015-12-14
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 An it be used on open hoof like if there is a cut or opening showing soft tissue 

Asked by: Miguel7
Yes, No Thrush can be used on a wound in the hoof or leg. No Thrush is also a blood stop and will help create a firm, breathable scab. You can dust as often as needed until the cut has healed.
Answered by: MitchellW
Date published: 2019-02-11

Can this be used in dogs ears for thrush?

Asked by: KL5215
Yes, it can.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-01-21
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