Watch for Anhidrosis This Summer
By Warwick Bayly, BVSc, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, WEVA President’s Advisor

Every summer in parts of the world where the weather is hot and humid, a significant number of horses (5-25%, depending on their location and activity level) demonstrate a reduced or absent rate of sweating. This condition is best known as anhidrosis, but goes by other names, such as “dry coat,

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