December 27, 2020 by JL (United States)
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March 23, 2019 by Jan
Will never be without this
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October 3, 2016 by LISA M. (IN, United States)
By far, the best for thrush!
August 10, 2016 by Nemo
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May 6, 2016 by Kaylyn W.
Love that it’s dry!
January 21, 2016 by Trappersfriend
Love this stuff!
December 16, 2015 by KDW22
Some quick info about the “Best way to use NO THRUSH / NT Dry on Scratches. (Use once a day).
1. Softly wipe off any mud.
2. Do not wash. The drier the infected area, the better.
3. Gently massage the powder into the hairline.
4. After the scabbing starts, do not rub them off. Let them fall off on their own. (usually takes 5-7 days to start peeling off.) Good luck!
We’ve had several recent questions about how best to use NO THRUSH on Scratches (greasy heel) so I thought I’d define the best treatment protocols here.
1. Do NOT wash the leg.
2. Do NOT scrub off the scabs. Simply leave it alone.
3. Dust No Thrush on to the affected area. Use a soft brush to help coat the entire area, and also try to brush against the grain so dust gets under the coat.
4. Apply once per day. (and re-apply after any bathing, etc.)A few notes.
* If you must wash the horse, or if he/she is wet from the elements, try your best not to get the scabs soggy. Gently dry the leg with a towel until fully dry.
* We have had some clients using various ointments and washes, etc in conjunction with No Thrush, but eventually they had the best success by following the above treatment plan. The general rule of thumb is: The less you mess, the better.
*Treatment time varies, but the typical case of scratches takes 5-7 days when using No Thrush.
Hope that helps!
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No Thrush – First Ever DRY Formula