Dr. Naylor Hoof 'n Heel, 16 oz
Topical antibacterial for hoof and foot rot in sheep, goats, dairy and beef cattle. Does not cause hoof to shrink, become discolored, hard or brittle.
16 oz treats approximately 8-12 hooves.
11.2% (w/v) Zinc Sulfate equivalent to 20% as the Zinc Sulfate Heptahydrate, 2% (w/v) Sodium Lauryl Sulfate in a cleansing penetrating aqueous base.
FIGHT HOOF ROT INFECTION - FOOT ROT, HOOF ROT, FOULS, FOOT SCALD IN SHEEP, GOATS, CATTLE, DAIRY COWSDirections For Use:
- Clean and trim, when necessary, affected hoofs to expose and remove all dead, loose, undermined tissue. Control any bleeding before treating with Dr. Naylor® HOOF 'N HEEL®.
- Slowly squirt Dr. Naylor® HOOF 'N HEEL® on lesion, covering and saturating it and surrounding area thoroughly while holding hoof inverted - Permit it to penetrate before releasing animal. Foot may be wet pack bandaged or soaked to enhance healing - HOOF 'N HEEL® is re-usable and stable.
- Treat twice daily until healing results.
- Retain animal in a clean, dry area while it is undergoing treatment. Turn sheep out in pasture that has been vacant for at least two weeks. Keep separate from nontreated, affected animals.
Dr. Naylor Hoof 'n Heel Caution:
If redness, irritation or swelling persists or increases consult veterinarian. Livestock remedy. Not for human use. For external veterinary use only. Keep out of the reach of children.
Made in U.S.A.
- Brand: Dr. Naylor
- Type: Hoof Care
"foot rot treatment"
This stuff is great. I have a buck with chronic foot rot. I was using antibiotic injections and he was still having problems. I bought this ointment and used it for about 1 week and the results are unbelievable. I highly recommend this stuff.
"Quickly treats hoof rot "
Used this for years to treat chronic foot rot in my flock. Stings a bit on application because it quickly attacks the rot. Even if you haven't ever had foot rot in your flock I recommend having a bottle or two on hand and dousing the feet of any sheep you buy or bring home from the fair before letting them step foot in your barn and pasture - this will keep your farm free of hoof rot and save you a lot of money in long-term treatment. One of the most stubborn problems to eliminate as the bacteria remains in your soil and seems to return up here in Maine with the thaw and mud each year. Highly recommend this product - best on the market to treat hoof rot/foot rot.