Thrush Plus – Equine is a natural oral remedy that supports recovery from thrush infections in horses.
Professionally formulated to promote a normal immune response.
Safe, non-toxic & 100% natural
Suitable for long term use.
Competition & Racing safe (not swab-able).
Start dosing as soon as your horse has any symptoms of thrush, such as a strong, pungent odour from the hoof areas, a pasty discharge or a dark ooze showing on the underside of the hoof
How To Dose
Dose via the water trough, on a piece of food or a treat, or direct into the mouth using a syringe or our handy 90ml pump bottle. For more nervous horses, pump a dose onto your finger and dab onto the horse’s tongue, gums or lips.
90 ml Pump Bottle
Dose 2 pumps into the mouth 2 times a day until symptoms are gone, then reduce dosing to once a week to maintain.
90 ml Pump Bottle = 230 doses (2 pumps per dose)
Bottles are made from food grade aluminium with a hygienic serum pump lid and over cap.
Jerry Can Dosing
Water Trough – add 25mls – one capful or one pump - into the water trough every second day. Dose volume is calculated for a 500-litre water trough.
Feed Dosing – add ½ capful (12ml) or ½ pump - on to feed twice daily.
Dose until symptoms are gone, then reduce dosing to once a week to maintain.
1 litre = 80 days continuous cover via water troughs (dosing every second day) or 40 days dosing on feed (twice daily).
Our robust jerry cans are made from food grade plastic.
* All remedies have a shelf life of 2 years
* Suitable for long term use.
* Safe, non-toxic ingredients
* Safe to use alongside prescription medications
* Competition and Racing safe (not swab-able)
* Safe for pregnant and lactating mares
* Alcohol free
See our other remedies that promote healthy hooves or support horses who are foot sore due to a severe case of thrush.
Oral remedies need to make contact with a mucous membrane such as the tongue, gums or lips. Read our blog to find out more about oral dosing.
Our equine remedies are formulated to support a horse’s natural immune response. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried an animal may be in pain or suffering, please contact your veterinarian.