Sox For Horses
Spring Has Sprung - and ‘Dew Poisoning’ is Not Far Behind
Spring has sprung and along with fresh wet grass comes equine dermatitis or ‘dew poisoning,’ ‘rain rot,’ ‘greasy heel’ or ‘scratches.’ According to Gina G. Tranquillo, VMD, CESMT, "This condition is another form of PD or pastern dermatitis caused by Dermatophilus bacteria and affecting the back of pasterns and heel bulbs.”
Sox For Horses Urges Owners: Fly Protection Must Start Before the First Bite
“Fly protection must begin now,” advised Ray Petterson, president and founder of one of the most respected names in equine protective leg wear, Sox For Horses, Inc.