So we've had extreme wet conditions in May, we've had on and off rain the past couple of weeks with HOT and humid temps. We have 2 does with hoof rot - one came to us with it as I've posted in my other thread, and she is slowly starting to look better, still has an awful limp. One of the other does has it, and I've been watching her for a week now with a limp but couldn't find the problem, I cleaned her feet out, checked for soft spots, etc. and finally yesterday a spot opened up and I cleaned it out. NOW, our little buckling has a tiny bit of it. I am using thrush buster on them. I want to spray everyones feet with a disinfectant, and if I can find something I can use for them, I'll make them all stand in it. But what do I use? I saw somewhere to use bleach, water, and a little dish liquid? Any help would be great as I want to go to the store in just a short bit and pick up whatever I don't have. I also plan on using duct tape and taping the infected feet. I have some absorbant pads from when I had my youngest daughter - they are great big and they were used around a c-section incision to keep it dry from sweat. I was thinking I could cut those into pieces to fit the goats feet and tape them on, or should I just use tape only? THe buckling isn't that bad, but I want to get his feet nice and clean with a solution, trim a bit more off and then treat him. And just duct tape him up. But I want to make the does more comfortable - one will be kidding in the next few weeks. I've been checking feet every couple of days, but plan on cleaning everyone's feet every day, and want to use a spray on them to help keep them healthy. I am learning as I go, and it's very discouraging just starting out and having this happen. I love my goaties, so I want to get them in shape, happy and healthy. Thanks for any help! I want to get this done ASAP today before it decides to rain again!