Mastitis treatment for thrush

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    06-19-2008, 07:44 PM
Mastitis treatment for thrush

Well I asked my farrer what he recommended for thrush, since Sonny's thrush wasn't responding to ANY other medicine (I tried 5 other medicines).
He suggested a topical treatment for Mastitis in cows.

So I went out to Tractor Supply and bought it ($14 for 12 things) and thought I'd give it a go...another $14 won't be too bad if it doesn't work.

Well I put it on his hooves on Sunday after thoroughly cleaning comes in surignes just like worming medicine does, but smaller. It's liquid and you just cover the frog in suringe will be able to do all 4 hooves.

Well Tuesday came...couldn't see much rain rot, but a little odor was still there....

Well just checked his feet today and there was no signs of thursh at small, and no thrush looking stuff by his frogs.

I'm totally hooked!! It's a great product!

For those having problems with Thrush I HIGHLY recommend Go-Dry
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    06-19-2008, 07:58 PM
Thats great it worked. I have a tube of similar stuff from the vet for when Fras gets mastitis. I might give it a try next time someone gets thrush.
    06-27-2008, 03:21 AM
One of my horses gets mastitis when babies are born and lasts for months :(

What product do you use on your thrush?
    06-27-2008, 09:36 AM
Good post Sonny, thanks. I book marked it in my "Horse Health" folder.
    06-27-2008, 02:07 PM
It's Go-Dry....topical treatment for mastitic
It goes in a suringe....easy to apply...NO smell...and does NOT stain
    06-30-2008, 02:12 PM
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SonnyWimps, I bought some of this last Friday. I have treated Boo's feet with it for 3 days now...the thrush is absolutely GONE!! No smell, no black gunk, no nothing!!!

Thanks for the awesome tip!

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