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post #1 of 2 Old 06-24-2012, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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Durasole vs. Hooflex Thrush Remedy

So, I'm using Hooflex Thrush Remedy on my gelding for the treatment of thrush and WLD. I'm using Durasole (at the reccomendation of my tack store owner) to battle the same problems in my mare and stallion's hooves.

I'm a bit confused, though... I was told and have read that Durasole is great stuff for WLD and thrush. However, I haven't seen one drop of improvement with my mare and stallion's hooves since I started using it.

I can visibly see the improvement in my geldings hooves using the Hooflex Thrush Remedy.


I've got enough Durasole to last at least until midway through next week. Same with the Hooflex.

I'm thinking about instead of buying more Durasole, buying the Hooflex stuff instead since it's the same price at the tack store.

What to you guys think? Should I stick with the Durasole and wait and see if I get results or go to the Hooflex?

I started using Hooflex on my gelding on June 14th.

I started using Durasole on my mare and stallion on June 15th.

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Some products work better in certain situations than others. If you're seeing results with the Hooflex thrush treatment but not with Durasole, then stick with the Hooflex
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