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Date Posted: 16:45:14 09/27/06 Wed
Author: CA
Subject: Flakey Legs
In reply to: Kelsey 's message, "Flakey legs" on 16:06:25 09/27/06 Wed

I had a horse with something similar (maybe the same thing), and it was a fungus. Dandruff shampoo and athlete's foot spray helped a lot.

>Here is a question someone submitted to me through the
>Health and Care form. Maybe you can help her out?
>"I have a question on skin on the front legs of the
>friesian, she has bumps and flaky very flakey skin,
>seems to love it when I brush her, but so much flaky
>skin and it is so bumpy to the touch. She has had a
>change in weather coming from Alberta to Westcoast BC
>so that may have a factor. Does anyone know what that
>may be? Thanks" - Sandra

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