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Spring Skin Health

There are many wonderful things about Spring – but trying to keep your horse clean and his skin healthy isn’t one of them. The list of seasonal challenges includes: plenty of rain mud everywhere remnants of the winter coat trapping … Continue reading

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Wound Care in Winter

If there’s one good thing about winter, it’s that you don’t have to deal with insects bothering wounds. This does eliminate one source of wound infections. However, the benefits stop there. The cold, dry air in winter leads to a … Continue reading

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Mud Woes

It’s really hard to come up with anything good to say about mud – except that it’s not ice!  I want to focus on two challenging skin issues which are made worse by mud.  Scratches/Mud Fever and Thrush. Scratches/mud fever … Continue reading

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