This contagious bacterial skin condition is especially prevalent during wet weather episodes in the spring, but can be easily avoided.
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Horses are susceptible to wounds of all kinds. Some wounds are trickier than others to treat, so a one-size-fits-all approach is not ideal.
Rain rot is a bacterial skin disease that often behaves like a fungus. It causes an infection under the horse’s skin that makes pustules of pus.