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    11-10-2011, 10:27 AM
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Weanling
what temp is to cold to bathe horse

I went to our ranch store and was talking to a few people and I was telling them about our horse. They all said rain rot and told me to get this Viodine shampoo, I told them I was looking for something I didnt have to get her wet since it was getting colder out and they all looked at me like I was nuts. They said as long as its at the hottest time of the day and in the sun then it was fine to give her a bath. So I bought this shampoo and will try it on our warmest day and take her for a walk when im done. Do you all think she would be ok getting a bath in the mid 50's? I was brushing her yesterday and I saw a spot now on her side where her hair is coming out and its down to the skin so I really want to get this shampoo working on her. It treats fungal and bacterial skin infections.
     
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    11-10-2011, 10:35 AM
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    11-10-2011, 10:54 AM
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Yearling
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When is too cold to bathe
     
    11-10-2011, 01:59 PM
  #4
Yearling
50 degree weather should be fine for a bath. You can throw a cooler on her after the bath so she doesn't get a chill.

What I really like to use on rain rot is MTG..you dab it on the infected area,and you don't have to give the horse a bath.
     
    11-10-2011, 02:08 PM
  #5
Started
50's should be ok as long its not windy, and preferably when its not cloudy. Just towel her off really well and use a cooler if you have one, and if you don't, you can just use a regular stable sheet after you have toweled her off well, and walk her around, but take the sheet off when it gets damp and hang it up to dry.
     
    11-10-2011, 02:08 PM
  #6
Foal
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Originally Posted by tanya    
I went to our ranch store and was talking to a few people and I was telling them about our horse. They all said rain rot and told me to get this Viodine shampoo, I told them I was looking for something I didnt have to get her wet since it was getting colder out and they all looked at me like I was nuts. They said as long as its at the hottest time of the day and in the sun then it was fine to give her a bath. So I bought this shampoo and will try it on our warmest day and take her for a walk when im done. Do you all think she would be ok getting a bath in the mid 50's? I was brushing her yesterday and I saw a spot now on her side where her hair is coming out and its down to the skin so I really want to get this shampoo working on her. It treats fungal and bacterial skin infections.


Mane and Tail makes a topical spray that works very well for rain rot and scratches. I used it all last winter on a thoroughbred mare with a nasty case of rain rot and scratches it works wonders. You just need to spray enough so it reaches the skin.

:) hope this helps

Mane N Tail Pro-Tect Spray - Horse.com
     

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