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Shapley's Original M-T-G Mane Tail Groom Horse Solution treats skin issues at the source with proven results. This unique solution is recommended by veterinarians for a variety of bacterial and fungal skin problems. M-T-G has successfully treated rain rot, dew poisoning, scratches, mud fever, greasy heel, sweet itch, girth itch, itchy skin, dandruff and tail rubbing, and it’s also been used on thrush and white line disease. It works by drying up the affected area so it can begin to heal. Then it conditions the surrounding skin and promotes hair regrowth. Results can be seen as soon as the next day, and you’ll see visible hair growth in three to five days. M-T-G has also been proven to add volume and length to mane and tail hair—as much as three inches per month. It’s also great for hot spots and soothing itchy, dry skin on dogs, cats and livestock. 32 ounces.
Just rub a small amount into the affected area without disturbing or picking the scabs off. There is no need to rinse or wash out between applications. Once the area is healed and you want to wash the residue off just use Shapley’s Hi Shine Shampoo which is specially formulated to remove Original M-T-G quickly and easily. Shapley’s Easy-Out spray will also remove Original M-T-G both from the horse and from your hands.
For mane and tail growth, rub a small amount once a week at the base of the mane and on the tail bone of the horse. Again, there is no need to rinse or wash off between applications.
Original M-T-G will also work equally as well on dogs, cats and livestock to combat their skin problems including hot spots, itching and dry skin.
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