A powerful anti-fungal and antibacterial spray that provides a soothing, effective treatment to quickly eliminate thrush, white line and yeast. Naturally powerful ingredients combine to combat germs that invade the hoof without harming the skin or the beneficial inner ecology of the hoof, and, just as importantly, bacteria and fungus do not develop a resistance to them. Provides excellent, soothing (no sting) treatment for getting rid of scratches and inhibiting keratin production. May also be used on legs and coat as a treatment remedy for fungus. Does not stain.
To use on the hoof, thoroughly pick out and clean the hoof. Shake bottle well, then spray directly and generously to cover the entire inside surface including the frog and sole, bulbs and grooves, making sure not to miss any crevices and allowing excess to drip off. Works on contact. Leave it on; do not rinse off. Use once daily until condition clears. Adding a light spray along the coronary band further promotes healing. Should not cause irritation. If sensitivity does occur, discontinue use.
To use on scratches and fungus on skin, spray directly on problem spots, making sure to have direct contact. Re-apply daily until issue is resolved. Should not cause irritation. If sensitivity does occur, discontinue use.
Ingredients*: water, white vinegar, essential oil blend (already mixed and ready for use)
"This was the only one that worked for my mare's persistent fungus! It was all over all four of her legs, it was getting so bad it was creeping up onto her hindquarters! I was washing her everyday with fungus shampoo to no avail - we were getting tons of rain and it was still cold so it wouldn't dry out. I was absolutely amazed, after one or two applications of your spray it was no longer active! I will keep it on hand always from now on!" ~ Kerry G., New Orleans, LA
"By the way... we LOVE all of the products. The hoof spray is fantastic. Our fussy horse actually likes it. He comes running when he sees the bottle. Our Pirata likes the smell. He breathes deep and relaxes when we do his hooves." ~ Casita F., Aguadilla, Peurto Rico