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Fungasol Ointment
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vada m.
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Rating: 4

Anti-fungal

posted 6 years ago

This is a good ointment for ring worm, girth itch and any other fungal type of sores your horse may have. Also works on dogs and cats.

Pros: anti-fungal

Cons: none

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Michael B.
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Rating: 5

Rid the horse of fungus

posted 6 years ago

This fungasol ointment is a great product for fungus around the horses hoof. If a horse is in a wet area for any period of time fungus can grow just above the hoof. This ointment will take care of the problem.

Pros: effective, inexpensive

Cons: the fact it is needed

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Petsmylife
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Rating: 5

Works great

posted 5 years ago

the works great on dew poisioning but it also works great on ring worm this seems to be a bigger problem than anything else.

Pros: easy to find

Cons: none , really

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