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Horse Injuries
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HorsesWithAmie try's to provide helpful information about horse related injuries. If you have any questions or concerns about a horse related injury contact us today. If you have a picture of a horse related injury and would like to share it on HorsesWithAmie, send it in and tell us how you treated the injury!

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Poly the Thoroughbred had an injury most likely caused by scraping her leg up against a fence.

Treatment
-Keep the exposed area clean
-Apply antibiotics as recommended by product (Blue Kote Aerosol Spray is a safe antibiotics horse horse injuries)

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Ice Cream the Appendix horse has this sore on his chest. This could have been caused from his breast plate rubbing against his skin.

Treatment
-Do not keep using any tack that may interfere with the wounded area
-Keep the exposed area clean
-Apply antibiotics as recommended by product (Blue Kote Aerosol Spray is a safe antibiotics for horse injuries)

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Snickers the Quarter Horse from Cloverleaf Stables, Injured his head in the stall. The cut was all the way down to the bone! As you can see he needed staples to hold his head together.

Treatment
-Contact a Vet immediately following discovery of injury
-Follow instructions recommended by Vet

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This was a Coronary Band Blow Out from my horse Jack. HIs hoof wasn't balanced and it put too much pressure on a curtain area of the coronet until it opened. Poor farrier work was the cause of this.

Treatment

Although not as bad as the photo before this one it is another blow out that happened a few weeks after the other one healed. Once again this was caused by poor farrier work.

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The photo above was is a pony from Assateague Island. This wound was probably from flies eating at the skin.

Treatment
-Keep the exposed area clean
-Apply antibiotics as recommended by product (Blue Kote Aerosol Spray is a safe antibiotics horse horse injuries)

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