Podi-Gel Antimicrobial Gel, 60 mL
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Prevents and treats thrush and white line disease in horses.
Podi-Gel Antimicrobial Gel, 60 mL Key Benefits:
- eliminates fungal organisms in White Line disease
- kills major causative agents for thrush
- reduces and eliminates hoof canker
- neutralizes abscess-causing bacteria
- gel for spot or direct application
WARNING: This product may stain clothing.Suggested Treatment:
Apply 1-2 times a day for 5 days followed by every other day treatment for 7 days.
This product was formerly Podi-Green Antimicrobial Gel 30 mL syringe.
- Brand: Stone Mfg
- Form: Gel
- Size: 60 mL
My mini donkeys started developing white line disease (one donkey had a crack in the hoof) and with the first couple of products that I tried, after treatment, I could still see the white line. Podi-Gel cleared up the line and a white layer on the hoof of one of the donkeys within a few days. I will be able to tell more when the farrier comes again but what I can share is that this worked fast and seems to have gotten in deep to kill the bacteria. It was also easy to apply. Quick and simple. No fussing from the donkeys.
I have both products made by this company that contain Chlorine Dioxide. This one is a higher concentrate and meant for hooves, and the other is meant for flesh and proud wounds. Chlorine dioxide is amazing and to have it in an already activated gel form is great. Chlorine dioxide in the correct dilution will NOT harm live flesh (unlike most other products including diluted bleach). And it is reported that there is no known fungus or bacteria that is not killed by this product. Usually within 5 minutes of application, which may be why a boot is not required. If you use Oxine as a soaking agent, you are using Chlorine Dioxide, and that might be a good thing to do for the really bad cases of fungus.
"Great product "
My mini has white lines disease, went on the search for a product came across this. Seems to of worked great but there is nothing about wrapping it, letting it open etc. Its a gel so I assumed as soon she puts her foot down the gel disappears. Any one else's input?