A good reminder of how to use NO THRUSH

Here are 4 minutes of valuable info on how to use NO THRUSH.

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CAN-AM horse Expo

You can find NO THRUSH at the CAN-AM Horse expo in Ontario, Canada. We will have space set up at the WILSON TACK booth.

Have a great time!

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Find NO THRUSH at the Columbus, Ohio Equine Affair

Be sure to look for the NO THRUSH booth at the Columbus, Ohio Equine Affair April 12-15th. We will be in the Bricker Building inside the STAGECOACH WEST booth. See you there! Cheers, HK

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Thrush review

Thought I’d take a moment to review a few thrush diagnosis issues along with NO THRUSH usage…

We will often notice thrush around the triangle of the frog (black, smelly goo). Remember though that by the time you actually “see and smell” thrush, the bacteria has been working inside that foot, eating away, and the goo is the result of that process. That heel crack and too-deep collateral grooves are warm and moist inside, a perfect environment for bacteria. The critters go to work on the soft inner tissue and eventually eat tiny holes throughout the frog. However, often times all the thrush stays only in the heel crack, where we won’t necessarily see it.

That means the goal of a thrush product should be to attack thrush, but also to aid in the re-growth of the heel crack and the deep collateral grooves. NO THRUSH (NT DRY) does just this. NT does several things at once. Its natural ingredients are strong enough to attack bacteria, but they are not caustic. NT  will not burn the sensitive tissue inside the foot, which would prevent re-growth. NT also absorbs and removes the excess moisture in the frog and heel. Of course this moisture is a major factor in thrush developement, so by removing it, we are gaining ground quickly. 

NT attacks most active thrush cases in 4-7 days. (No more black, no more goo). THEN, when used regularly after that (every 2 days or so), NT dusting will aid in the heel crack and too-deep collateral groove re-growth. This process will generally take 30-40 days. NOTE: NT is not “making” the tissue grow, (no product can do that), it is “allowing” the tissue to grow.

The result of this re-growth creates a “dimple” at the heel. Not a “Crack.” Again, this means that there is now no direct access to the inner part of the foot. 

At this point it is important to note that a horse with thrush will always tend to get it again. So we can now use NO THRUSH as a weekly proactive maintenance program. This weekly dusting will help keep frogs and heels firm and healthy.


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Now Available through Durvet

No Thrush is now available through the Durvet distribution chain. Also avaialble at BCI, VSI, Jacks, Western Saddlery, with more coming.

Canadian dealers can find at Canadian Saddlery.  UK/EU dealers and distributors can find “NT DRY”, The Europe version of NO THRUSH at www.Equusimports.co.uk 

UK and EU customers can log onto www.NTDRY.co.uk to buy online.

All major US equine online sellers now carry NO THRUSH, and additional tack stores throughout the world are being added every day. Be sure to ask your local store for N.T. by name.

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Available in UK and EU in mid April ! “NT-DRY”

Finally! NO THRUSH will be available for purchase at your local store in the UK and EU by mid-April. The EU trade name is “NT-DRY.” Distributors and retailers can contact Mike Taylor at EquusImports.co.uk  to place pre-orders or contact our offices at www.NoThrushShop.com 805-813-6257 for more information – ask for Heath.

Distributors for NO THRUSH in Canada include: Canadian Saddlery / Centurion Supply.

Distributors in US include: VSI and Western Saddlery – BCI and many more coming soon!


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Come visit us!

Hi All,

We will be at the Equine Affair in Columbus Ohio, April 7-10….  And  at the Midwest Horse Fair in Madison WI on April 15th-17th. I hope you will stop by for a visit!

Heath K – VP

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