Skin problem

Manydogs

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@helsonwheels (newstock) It actually grew a new hoof back on one of my horses, when everyone(even Vets) said she had to be euthanized) Took work, but new hoof when grown in was totally normal!
 

helsonwheels

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@helsonwheels (newstock) It actually grew a new hoof back on one of my horses, when everyone(even Vets) said she had to be euthanized) Took work, but new hoof when grown in was totally normal!

It would make sense cause hoofs are basically skin. Good on you proving they were wrong. Have friends with horses. Will let them know 👍
 

2BullyMama

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Definitely allergy related which has weakened the immune system... as suggested, get off the chicken/beef and rice. duck or turkey is best right now. These look like hotspots as others have mentioned... shae the area nd keep it dry and clean till you get the nustock. Give a probiotic to help build back the immune system... fork full of sauerkraut, raw goats milk or herbsmith flora are three options
 

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