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    04-13-2008, 08:32 PM
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What can I do for dandruff. Sonny has alot on one side and even if I groom him for a good hour it's still there.

I plan on giving him a full bath when the weather get's nicer, but what can I do in the mean time to reduce the dandruff? Also waht type of shampoo can I put on him to get rid of it?

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    04-13-2008, 08:50 PM
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My horses get like that over the winter if they aren't constantly braided. So I found out there is not much you can do to fix it unitl you can give them a bath. I use the same shampoo on their mane as their body normally cowboy magic. I get the mane wet scrub in shampoo and let it sit while I do the horses whole body then I rinse off the mane last. I also use conditioner on the mane and tail.
     
    04-13-2008, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by brittx6x6
My horses get like that over the winter if they aren't constantly braided. So I found out there is not much you can do to fix it unitl you can give them a bath. I use the same shampoo on their mane as their body normally cowboy magic. I get the mane wet scrub in shampoo and let it sit while I do the horses whole body then I rinse off the mane last. I also use conditioner on the mane and tail.
it's not the mane or tail that has dandruff...it's his left side...by his hind quarters. I know that a good bath will take it away, but it's too cold at the moment to give baths and wasn't sure if there was anything I could put on him before hand
     
    04-13-2008, 08:59 PM
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Talk to your vet about it, I did and she gave me this medicated shampoo, it worked amazingly.
     

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