Okay a few days ago I noticed the start of thrush, very mild, in Spice's feet. I started treating it and it started to go away better every day. I missed a day because it we had a tropical storm and the wind and rain were really bad. She lives out 24/7 with a shelter and a dry lot (most of it is mud), with all around her house is hogs fuel. But today I went to treat them and it was worst I don't mean a little either. How can it go from almost gone to that bad! She isn't lame, a little sore though on the frog and heel I think.
I don't think it is helped by the fact she pees a ton in her run in and than stands in it all day. I had bedding but I have to strip it all out every day because it is that bad.
She doesn't have a "dry" spot to let her feet dry out, no mats or concert, or cement pads. What can I do to sped this up or am I doing all I can? Do I treat it twice a day? Instead of once? What I am using is pretty much no name Thrush Buster so it doesn't have directions for horses.
Any help was good, even if it is to say I should have my farrier or vet again (my farrier was there when I noticed it, and got the name of the stuff from her). Thanks ahead of time