We tend to think of a horse’s skin as just the envelope that contains all the important stuff. But the skin is an organ—the largest one your horse possesses.
And its importance to his overall health is, frankly, staggering. Your horse’s skin is complex and that serves as a barometer for his inner health.
The skin is the first line of defense between your horse’s delicate innards and the hostile environment surrounding them. It helps regulate the horse’s body temperature. The complexity of your horse’s skin demands good care for optimal function as protector, insulator and eliminator of waste.
This free report provides the horse owner and caretaker with an overview of skin care and how to care for wounds appropriately.
- 'Pinch Grafting' for Equine Lower Limb Wounds (AAEP 2011)
- Granulation Tissue Management in the Horse (AAEP 2011)
- Complicated Equine Skin Diseases
- Study: Zebra Stripes Deter Horseflies
- Manuka Honey for Healing Horse Wounds (AAEP 2011)
- Electrochemotherapy Successful in Treating Equine Sarcoids
- Solid Tumors in Horses: Characteristics and Treatments
- Heritable Equine Skin Disorders
- Equine Pythiosis: Unsightly, Deadly, and Spreading
- Ointments Help Horses with Bug Bite Hypersensitivity