Tuttle's FoulexThis page contains information on Tuttle's Foulex for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Tuttle's Foulex Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Tuttle's Foulex
- Direction and dosage information for Tuttle's Foulex
Tuttle's FoulexThis treatment applies to the following species:
AN ANTISEPTIC AID FOR THRUSH IN HORSES AND PONIES
MOISTURE-RESISTANT IODINE FORMULA WITH DRYING AGENTS
NO BANDAGING REQUIRED
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Indicated for treatment of thrush in horses and ponies
NOT FOR HUMAN USE
Directions For Use
Cleanse hoof thoroughly with warm water and soap, removing debris. Carefully trim necrotic tissue from the wall, frog and sole areas to avoid bleeding. Squirt FOULEX over all affected parts by squeezing bottle. Saturate frog and hair over frog. Using a clean blunt instrument, pry tissues apart to reach bottom crevices with FOULEX and allow air to penetrate. Repeat treatment daily, keeping hoof clean and dry, until healed. Advanced cases may be aided by packing clefts of frog with cotton saturated with FOULEX and wrapping with bandage. FOULEX acts as a drying disinfectant to eliminate odor, loosen dead tissue and aid healing. Severe cases of thrush, where the frog has been destroyed, may require corrective bar shoeing to stimulate frog pressure.
Tuttle's Foulex Caution
Keep out of the reach of children. Discontinue use if excessive irritation develops. Avoid contact with eyes or mucous membranes. Do not use on horses intended for food.
OTHER INGREDIENTS: Cresylic Acid, Camphor, Iodine, combined with essential oils (Linseed, Pine, Petroleum and Turpentine).
Manufactured for: TUTTLE’S HORSE CARE DIVISION, Y-TEX CORP., CODY, WYOMING 82414
U.S. 8 FL. OZ. (236.6 ML)
NAC No.: 13440010
1825 BIG HORN AVENUE, P.O. BOX 1450, CODY, WY, 82414
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