How to Get Rid of Proud Flesh on a Horse Wound?

Answer After a horse suffers a wound, formation of granulated tissue occurs to cover the area. New skin then grows to seal the wound. When healing is slow, such as on lower leg wounds, the granulation be... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Get Rid of Proud Flesh on a Horse Wound

How to Treat Proud Flesh?

Proud flesh is a common problem with wounds on a horse's lower legs. Granulation tissue grows to help heal the wound, but in some cases, it grows out, protruding from the wound like pink cauliflowe... Read More »

How to Take Care of Proud Flesh?

Proud flesh is the development of granulation tissue in horses. This kind of flesh develops quickly in equines, especially on areas that see a lot of movement such as joints. Proud flesh grows from... Read More »

Infected Ingrown toenail proud flesh?

You are doing everything right. Keep doing what you are doing. It takes time to heal. The antibiotics will kick in and you will be better within a week.

How to Deal With Proud Flesh in Horses?

Granulation tissue is a pink-colored, fleshy material that normally helps with the healing of soft tissue. Granulation tissue is supposed to stop forming when new skin starts to grow around the wou... Read More »