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9oz Size normally lasts 2 horses a couple months (or 1 horse twice as long) with regular use.
Posted by Unknown on 31st May 2013
I had to find a sunblock that would breathe and cover the hooves for my Paint horse who was suffering from pastern leukocytoclastic vasculitis (PLV) which presents as scratches. But all scratches meds are exactly what you shouldn't do with PLV. After over a year of treating him for scratches, we biopsied and found PLV, which is caused by UV rays, mostly on Paint horses, but any horses with white hooves are susceptible. A protocol of Prednisolone and My Pony Sunblock, mostly the sunblock, brought it under control. I live in the Pacific NW and it is very damp, and the sunblock stays on fine year round. It is a powder, so the skin breathes, which keeps the PLV under control. It is a great product!
Posted by Becky on 11th Jun 2012
I have been using this sunblock on my horses noses since I first saw it advertised. Two years ago we got a miniature whose white back sunburned badly at the start of summer. I used the sponge wet and covered his whole back and this sunblock stayed on through rolling in dirt, and daily work and play! It stayed on quite a bit even after a bath! I now use the same small container on a bald faced horse we just got. It lasts and is a very good value!
Posted by Vikki in New Mexico on 22nd May 2012
I have a big paint gelding with a thick white blaze and muzzle. I tried the long nose fly masks, but they are too hot/restrictive and he removes them within an hour.
His nose is already burned from our desert sun, and it is only May! I used this product today and it went on smooth and easy with the enclosed sponge. I put it on dry and so far, it has lasted through breakfast, lunch, drinking, a nap and playing with his buddy in the adjoining paddock. A little went a long way; I think this jar will last the whole summer! Thank you:)