Proud Flesh & Leg Injuries
Degloved-Leg Injury | Proud Flesh
The two year old colt shown below, stepped thru a grain elevator. When he pulled his leg out, it ripped everything off the front of the leg down to the bone. It even took off part of the heel. These photos were taken during a span of 6 months. We found out about this story after customer Charla Brannon shared the images on the PF Wonder Salve Facebook page.
Amazingly, only a single jar of PF Wonder Salve was used during this time. The bandage was changed every 3-4 days. No other products were used with the salve.
Proud Flesh On Horse’s Leg
This little horse is a bucking mare. Her injury was obtained during a rough stock sale from blunt force trauma when the filly’s leg got stuck in a steel slat. The first photo was taken 2-3 days after injury, and proud flesh was starting to take over. This shows how quickly proud flesh can become exuberant. The time span up to last photo was 10 weeks. Salve was applied and cotton padding/vet wrap bandaged changed every 2-3 days. Leg was wrapped for 6 weeks. After that, salve was painted on area without bandage. Avoid hydrotherapy on open area. The less water, the better. She is 100% sound.
Equine Exessive Granulation Tissue
Show Horse in Kentucky with severe proud flesh. By the time the owner discovered PF Wonder Salve, she had already spent a lot of time and money with veterinary treatments involving surgical removal of the proud flesh. However, the proud flesh continued to progress to the point she was desperate for a solution. The injury was a few weeks old by the time the horse’s owner placed the order for the salve. Salve was applied to area with included brush, then wrapped. Bandage changed every 2-3 days.
Proud Flesh | Leg Injury
This case was about to get out of hand. This mare is in Terrell, Texas. The mare had been cared for under the direction of the owner’s vet. However, after two months, the wound had not contracted, and proud flesh was a growing problem. The first photo shows the condition when the owner first started applying the salve.
Proud Flesh / Leg Injury On Horse
Little Joe is show in the photos below. He had a de-gloved leg from a barb wire cut. The horse was treated by a veterinarian for about a month when the owner decided to try the proud flesh salve. This horse was due to be schedule 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.
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