Bacterial diseases in horses
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[x_alert type=“info” close=”false” heading=”Overview”]Aspiration pneumonia is when a foreign material enters the lungs and sets up inflammation and infection.[/x_alert]
Also known as Fistulous Withers, an infection of the withers area can be stubborn and painful.
Inflammation of the lymphatic system can be severe and life threatening and requires immediate medical attention.
Small, raised scabs on the back of a horse have a bacteria causing the lesion. The treatments recommended usually don’t cover the cause.
Dermatitis, or inflammation of the skin, on the back side of the pastern can become severe in some horses. The usual treatments do not address the cause.
Strangles In Horses
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