How to Treat Ringworm in Horses?

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If you suspect your horse to be suffering from the ringworm infection, then you should call your veterinarian immediately. You could also cut off the hair in the areas that are affected. For more information, please visit this page: http://www.equisearch.com/horses_care/health/illnesses_injuries/eqdermatit32/
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1. When you first see clumps of hair loss on your horse, particularly if it is patches (rather than 'lines') consider ringworm as a possible cause and keep in mind that it is contagious
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1 Understand how it happens. Ringworm of the scalp (tinea capitis) is caused by fungi called dermatophytes that attack the top layer of skin on the scalp, as well as the hair shaft.
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By an ointment you get from the store that kills it and then there's another and it makes the imp-rent of the ringworm go away.
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MTG - an oil - will work on ringworm. If you're not near a place that has it try cotton and listerine or clorox and dab it on the ringworm spots. NOT BROKEN SKIN!! If you're *sure
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How to Treat Ringworm in Horses
Ringworm is caused by a fungus which eats the root of hair follicles and spreads, causing hair loss that spreads from a small spot to potentially the rest of the animal. Ringworm can spread very fast, can be present in horses and is seen in very cold... More »
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