AB, what makes you think I wasn't careful? I tried to scrub the drops after I was finished. I guess to me, its a barn. It happens. And the stuff goes on his feet. It was hard to keep it off the floors.
I was not allowed to do it outside or in the turnout because when he walked in, it got in the concrete. They said I would have to stand outside with him till it dries. Yet they don't turn out horses because of the flies. So I am supposed to stand outside in them while my horses feet dry?
They asked me not to use the blue stuff, so I switched products and they still got angry. So I started doing it in the wash stall. And when they said no to that also. I thought they were straight up nuts. So I decided just to move the very next day. My mother, bless her heart, said, screw 'em. Keep treating his foot and keep their floors clean to the best of your ability. You already paid.
I actually thought about that until I got a call from my vet with my fecal results to let me know my horse had worms.
WORMS!!! My horse had a Negative Fecal on April 2nd. That very day they raised my board and said that they wanted to control the wormer and were now including a feed through. When I decided to leave, I had the vet take a new fecal just incase because the BO's at the new barn said they were worm free. I also looked in the feed room for this supposid feed through wormer and found none. Then my fecal comes back that my horse is loaded with worms. What a bunch of a$$H*l%s if you ask me!
My horse is out of there. In a nice safe barn in a big stall with lots of shavings and clean green pastures! FINALLY!