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Horse Skin Problems

Aardora helps speed healing in three ways. First, Aardora's unique moisturizers soothe itch, irritation, redness and swelling to deter the over-scratching of tender areas. Second, Aardora serves as an antimicrobial dressing in order to protect your horse's damaged skin from harmful germs (bacteria and fungus). Lastly, Aardora’s Active Earth Elements™ draw toxins and allergens away from your horse's skin while providing essential mineral nutrients. Guaranteed results with no reported side effects.

One of the most worrisome experiences as horse owner is to arrive at the barn and find that your horse has a wound, rash, bite or mysterious group of bumps on their skin. You may notice that your horse is repeatedly rubbing itself against stall walls, or you may notice matted tufts of hair alongside unusually reddened skin.

With the hundreds of common equine skin problems, it can be very frustrating to try to identify your horse's symptoms and respond to their discomfort. You may ask: "What is causing this strange scaly skin?" "Where did these red bumps come from?" "How can I get my horse to stop rubbing its side?" "Is my horse at risk for infection?" "Is this contagious?"  

To help you answer all of your questions about equine skin issues, we've created a condensed animal health encyclopedia that highlights each condition's symptoms, its causes, treatment ideas, and methods for prevention. Also, we've included tips for maintaining healthy equine skin throughout the year.

By clicking on "Itch & Rash", "Bumps & Lumps", "Bites," and "Wounds, Abrasions, Infections" in the left column, you can expand these lists and view all skin conditions within a particular category. Or, learn more about these categories by reading below.

Common Bug & Insect Bites

Unfortunately, horses are likely targets for a range of bugs, insects and flies that can nest pastures, paddocks, stalls and arenas. Click below to see our list of "Bites" and learn about various insect culprits, tell-tale bite symptoms, how to heal your horse's skin and side effects to watch out for. 

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Common Bumps & Lumps

To help you calmly identify your horse's bumps and respond to his/her symptoms, we've dedicated a whole section of our animal health encyclopedia to bumps, lumps and other elevated skin irregularities. Click below to see our list of "Bumps and Lumps" and learn about Boils, Acne, Warts, Bug Bites and more. Also, find tips for maintaining healthy equine skin throughout the year.

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Common Cuts, Wounds, Infections

Unfortunately, wounds, abrasions, punctures, abscesses and cracked heels are some of the most common skincare issues for horses. And, responding to your horse's wound or sore can be a worrisome task, whether you're handling at-home care or bringing your loved one to the vet. To help you understand the different types of wounds, how to heal them, and what to expect during the healing process, we've created a mini encyclopedia of equine wound concerns. Click below to see our list of "Wounds, Abrasions, Infections" and learn about Abscesses, Boils, Lesions, Punctures, Cracked Heels, Bites and more. Also, find tips for minimizing bacteria in your horse's environment.

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Common Itch & Rash Conditions

Click below to learn more about various types of dermatitis, rash causes, tell-tale bite symptoms, how to heal your horse’s skin and side effects to watch out for. Also, find tips for maintaining healthy equine skin throughout the year.

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Aardora Veterinary Health, Ltd.
PO Box 2182
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Phone 888-327-6215 or 401-228-9802

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