The Outlaw Thrush Stuff

The Outlaw Thrush Stuff – Thrush in Horses Treatment

The Outlaw Thrush Stuff was designed as an aid in preventing and treating infected feet in horses. It is applied directly to the bottom of the hoof capsule. As an astringent it is a drying agent in the hoof and dries the affected area protecting it. Works great, cost effective and strong enough to do the job even in wet conditions.

Thrush, White line, Seedy toe, Wall Fungus, Gravel Pockets

Thrush is an athlete’s foot kind of fungus that horses can get. The fungus grows in the ground and so to clean the horse’s feet we recommend the Outlaw Shoe Thrush Stuff.

Intended Use Treatment

  • Thrush
  • White Line
  • Seedy Toe
  • Wall Fungus
  • Gravel Pockets
  • Shearing due to laminitis

Directions of Use

Clean infected area of any dirt or foreign matter. Apply Outlaw Thrush Stuff to affected area. Repeat daily or as needed.

Outlaw Thrush Stuff – 8oz Size

You can order the “Outlaw Thrush stuff” in an 8 ounce bottle. (Free Shipping on all orders of one case or more in the U.S.A.)

Treatment using Thrush Stuff

Stephen E. O’Grady, DVM, MRCVS – “Treatment is directed at restoring the normal physiology of the foot through proper balance and trimming, adequate exercise to encourage frog stimulation, and debridement of all devitalized tissue. Application of any number of astringent preparations”.

The “Outlaw Thrush Stuff is an astringent” will:

  • Resolve the associated bacterial infection.
  • If a chronic lameness is present, the underlying cause must be diagnosed and corrected.

Dr. Stephen E. O’Grady is an equine practitioner and farrier practicing in the Northern Virginia area. He is also a member of the Farriers Liaison Committee of the American Association of Equine Practitioners.

Disclaimer: Independent claim not affiliated or associated with Outlaw Thrush Stuff.

What is Thrush?

Thrush is a degeneration of the frog with secondary anaerobic bacterial infection that begins in the central and collateral sulci. The central sulcus is more commonly involved if the horse has sheared heels; the lateral sulci are primarily involved in the majority of cases of thrush (without sheared heels). The affected sulci are moist and contain a black, thick discharge with a characteristic foul odor; the borders of the frog are commonly necrotic. These signs alone are sufficient to make the diagnosis.

Although many describe the primary etiology as a moist environment with poor hygiene, it is more likely caused by poor foot conformation or trimming and lack of exercise (thought to help “clean out” the sulci when the weight of the horse pushes down on the frog and surrounding structures) than from lack of hygiene in the stall. However, a moist environment should be avoided in animals with thrush.

Outlaw Thrush stuff is the only astringent on the market today ask at you local supply house or order now by clicking here you can have it in no time.

The faster you start treatment the less your horse has to suffer with thrush. Works on the most stubborn cases and can be used as a preventative also.

Store Locations – To Buy The Thrush Stuff Product

Jennifer’s Feed and Tack
2101 Alpine Blvd
Alpine, CA 91901
Online Tack Store:
Keyword “thrush treatment”
Janet Reed
Classical Dressage, Training and Lessons
San Diego, CA 92064
Saddle Up Tack
Suite # 201
14168 Poway Road
Poway, CA 92064
Bryan Horseshoeing Supply
1221 Woodside Ave.
Lakeside, CA 92040
Carter’s Hay and Grain, Inc
1985 Olivenhain
Encinitas, CA 92024
Deer Springs Feed & Supply
Escondido CA
Diamond D Feed & Pet Supply
444 D ST.
Ramona CA 92065
Double S Tack and Feed
14335 Olde Hwy 80
El Cajon, CA 92021-2841
Hawthorne’s Feed
Escondido CA
South West Feed
Imperial Beach CA
The Stock Shop
6615 West Thunderbird Road
Glendale, AZ 85306-3733

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