Originally Posted by MAG1723
I have had people telling me thrush buster, bleach and everything under the sun. But I need something that works fast :)
That's because all sorts of things will kill the disease. I find straight or 50/50 t-tree to be quick & effective, but some things like bleach for eg work sometimes, not others. I think it depends what bugs are in there - could be bacteria, fungus or otherwise, so need a broad spectrum treatment. Thrush buster or other heavy duty chemicals tend to work on anything, quickly too, but I would avoid heavy chemicals on frogs, as it's too damaging to the tissue.
The problem isn't killing the disease, but keeping it from recurring, which no topical thing can do, unless applied regularly. Environment, diet/nutrition & hoof health are big factors in treating thrush properly, as it's more of a symptom, than a problem of it'self.