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Equine dermatophilosis

Dermatophilosis is a condition that horses can contract. Dermatophilosis is a condition commonly known as rain rot, rain and burns, and streptothricosis. Dermatophilosis listed on the horses leg is often called dew poisoning. Although you can see dermatophilosis throughout the country is more common in the southeastern United States States where climatic conditions are often wet, warm and humid.

Dermatophilosis is The most frequently observed in mammals such as horses, cows, sheep and goats are also affected. Also diagnosed dermatophilosis pigs, Dogs And Cats, even if the condition is not so common. Rare cases of humans affected by dermatophilosis also was diagnosed.

The young contractDermatophilosis the horse most likely.

Horse owners who have dealt with cases that their horses dermatophilosis crusts or bumps in the hive as measuring about a quarter of an inch wide, these hives are usually easy to peel or contagious. Although these lesions are seen more often covering the hip area of ​​the horse is not uncommon to see the whole body of the horse
dermatophilosis affected.

Many horse owners assume that rain rot is caused by a fungus. Dermatophilus congolensis is interesting because it shares with two charastics fungi and bacteria. They are wrong. Dermatophilosis is actually caused by an organism called Dermatophilus congolensis. In horses Dermatophilus congolensis working in the hair follicle of horses
axis. Once is in the hair shaft horsepower can be seen as a hive. When these hives are removed from skin horse owners can easily see several (literally dozens and dozens) of hairs embedded in each big bump. Because damage congolensis Dermatophilus the hair after the withdrawal of these hives does not seem upset or pain the horse
anyway. Once the scabs / hives removed the owners can see the skin under the hives is usually pink and oozing yellow pus.

Dermatophilosis horses do not seem concerned in pain or even seem embarrassed by their condition. The only time the disease appears to be painful if the affected area is covered with a saddle. Homeowners who have a horse that has signs of dermatophilosis in your spine must refrain from riding horses until the condition is resolved.

Typically, veterinarians do not recommend the use of ointments to treat because the ointments simply dermatophilosis add moisture to the affected areas of skin. One of the oldest methods for treating dermatophilosis is the exchange of those affected are used motor oil (for some new engine oil due not to treat the affected area). Most homeowners and bathroom
horses with antibacterial shampoos.

Dermatophilosis contagious. If you have a horse that has suffered trying to separate from their fellow pasture. Make sure keep your sources separate from the preparation d'autres horses. Do not use the envelope leg, saddle pad, splint boots, and halters in all the other horses. If you must use the horses to other equipment sure to disinfect all equipment before it touches the skin of another horse. Keep equipment, such as coats and blankets will help prevent your legs dry a second home dermatophilosis.

Because the skin was affected by dermatophilosis hairless is subject to sunburn. Instead of changing the bald patches with a sunscreen that adds moisture to horse owners to keep their skin horse a flyer to use to protect your horse against UV rays. The cover should be cleaned regularly to kill Dermatophilus
congolensis.

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