Doc’s Leg Paint

DEA Regulated


Doc’s Leg Paint, 16 oz with all natural leg brush


Doc’s Leg Paint can be used in the treatment of both soft tissue and bone ailments, such as: Splint, Bucked Shin, Bog Spavin, Osselet, Curb, Suspensory Ligament Damage, Pop-Knee and Bow.

This product is not recommended for open wounds. After painting the leg with Doc’s, the leg can be left un-bandaged or open. For more severe scurfing, a standing bandage can be applied.

Due to registration requirements, this product is not available for sale in California.

Docs Leg Paint Application Instructions (PDF)


Doc’s Leg Paint is used as a counter irritants leg paint and as a tightener for the horse’s legs. This video shows specifically when and how to get the best results with Doc’s Leg Paint and help your horse in the best way. Additional Leg Paint Brush can also be purchased and are used in the video. Hawthorne manufactures horse care products for horse owners, trainers or anyone else caring for a horse. Our products are designed for hoof care; for leg care including leg paint, leg wraps, poultice, and liniments; and breathing aids for throat irritation and congestion. Other products for first aid can found in our commodities section.

Doc’s Leg Paint contains the finest essential oils, allowing for deep penetration. Doc’s Leg Paint, like all Hawthorne horse care products, contains all natural ingredients and is formulated to provide a wide range of treatment potencies based on the severity of the ailment. Doc’s Leg Paint is considered a counterirritant having somewhat irritating effect on the tissues, which increases blood supply to the local areas promoting the body to heal itself more rapidly. Doc’s Leg Paint may produce more scurfing in warm weather conditions, on horses that have sensitive skin, on an inflamed area, and on open pores. The scurfing may also appear in areas where internal injuries may be present as a result of heat due to injury. This product is not recommended for open wounds.

Directions for use:
Doc’s should be applied to a clean dry area with the clean leg brush provided and painted with the growth of the hair daily or as determined by the condition. After painting with Doc’s, the leg can be left un-bandaged or open. For more severe scurfing, a standing bandage can be applied after the paint is dry. We recommend using the leg paint for several days unwrapped prior to using the bandage method. It is not necessary to clip the hair prior to painting.

It is important to apply Doc’s Leg Paint only to clean dry areas. Doc’s Leg Paint may chemically react with other medications and cause severe scurf if not applied properly. This product can be diluted with alcohol, glycerin, or DMSO. When diluting with DMSO only mix what will be used within 8 hours. We suggest a 50% mixture for beginners working up to full strength. Shake well before using and store at room temperature.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 5.5 in


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