03-24-2008, 12:57 PM
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I would just put it on the effected areas...you don't have to have her spick and span to use it, just have to make sure you rub it down into the skin. I've been using it on my colt's rain rot all winter. I do think it would take several complete dousings to kill it (a real bath as you said) but it definitely helps with the itching and the hair loss. I'm waiting for the spring shedding and a few good baths to really kill it all. However, regular, focused treatments have kept it from spreading and progressing.