De-Gloved Leg Horse
Severed Extensor Tendon with Exposed Bone
Breeding stallion JA Shugak Returns, A.K.A. Spike, obtained a catastrophic injury when he got hung up in a fence. The leg was de-gloved almost all the way around. Spike has since made a complete recovery, although he’s still dealing with some occasional tendon swelling. Spike’s owner discovered PF Wonder Salve after the wound reached a stand still, and was not healing. Once Spike’s owner discovered PF Wonder Salve, the leg quickly began to heal. It was a major milestone for this spectacular stallion. Spike was injured in April of 2015. Spike’s owner began using PF Wonder Salve products in November of 2015.
The photos below showcase the injury. The owner began using PF Wonder Salve once the wound granulated, and the bone was no longer exposed. Final photo coming soon!
Click on the video to the right to see another de-gloved leg with severe proud flesh.
De-Gloved Leg With Exposed Bone & Infection
The mare shown below is a show horse in Wisconsin. Apparently the mare got a wire cut while turned out in a pasture. It’s estimated she had been injured for two days prior being found barely able to walk. The mare was in very serious condition with a large area of exposed bone. We are awaiting final photo coming soon.
- For best results, properly bandage leg injuries.
- Tissue granulation of exposed bone is crucial ASAP.
- Sugar & saline solution packed on exposed bone is an excellent method of tissue granulation.
- Once tissue granulation reaches desired level, paint salve on area with included brush.
- Do not apply salve directly to exposed bone.
De-Gloving Leg Injury With Proud Flesh
The mare shown below had a de-gloved leg all the way to the bone. After two months of using a veterinarian prescribed Corticosteroid ointment, the wound had not contracted or healed at all. Also, tissue granulation, a.k.a. proud flesh, was excessive. At this point, the mare’s owner did a search and discovered PF Wonder Salve. The first photo shows the condition when the owner started using the salve. Salve was painted on area with included brush, and wrapped. The bandage was changed every 2-3 days.
Little Joe, the gelding shown below, had a de-gloved leg from a barb wire cut. The horse was treated by owner, under veterinarian directive, for about a month when the owner decided to try Proud Flesh Wonder Salve. This horse was due to be scheduled for surgical removal of the excessive tissue granulation when the owner discovered the salve. Final photo coming soon.
- Salve was painted on area with included brush. Bandage was changed every couple of days.
- Once wound was level with the leg surface, the salve was painted on area without bandaging.