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What is KOPERTOX good for?

What is KOPERTOX good for?

KOPERTOX ® provides water-resistant protection without bandaging. It is applied directly to the affected hoof to aid in treating horses and ponies with hoof thrush due to organisms susceptible to copper naphthenate.

How often do you use KOPERTOX?

Apply daily to affected hoofs with a narrow paint brush (about 1″) until fully healed. Caution: Do not allow runoff of excess KOPERTOX┬« onto hair since contact with KOPERTOX┬« may cause some hair loss.

Can you use KOPERTOX on sheep?

Individual sheep or hooves can be treated topically with copper sulfate (Kopertox) or zinc sulfate. The simplest and most effective treatment is use of a footbath containing 10% zinc sulfate solution (8 pounds zinc sulfate to 10 gallons water).

What is the best treatment for thrush in horses hooves?

Iodine (or Bleach-and-Water) Treatment Treat thrush in horses with a germ-killing product, such as iodine or a bleach-and-water mix, diluted 50-50. The product you use will depend on how much sensitive tissue is exposed.

Can I use Kopertox on cattle?

Kopertox Indications As an aid in the treatment of thrush and to toughen hooves in horses; footrot in cattle, sheep, goats and pigs. To prevent bleeding after dehorning cattle, sheep and goats.

Is Kopertox toxic?

Harmful if swallowed. May be harmful if swallowed and enters airways. May cause cancer.

Is Kopertox toxic to dogs?

Kopertox Caution Do not use on cats, dogs and rabbits.

Can you use Kopertox on goats?

You can also use other foot treatment medications to treat one animal or a small number of animals at a time. Products that you can use include Dr. Naylor’s Hoof and Heel or Kopertox. For goats with chronic foot rot, you may want to treat with antibiotics.

How long does it take for LA 300 to work?

Treatment should be continued 24 to 48 hours following remission of disease signs; however, not to exceed a total of four (4) consecutive days. If improvement is not noted within 24 to 48 hours of the beginning of treatment, diagnosis and therapy should be re-evaluated by a veterinarian.

How long does foot rot last?

The bacteria can only survive away from the foot for a maximum of 7 days, even in ideal conditions. In less favourable dry conditions, the bacteria die rapidly.

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