Equine skin conditions are often difficult to diagnose and frustrating to treat, with causes ranging from fungi, bacteria, and viruses to allergens, insects, and who-knows-what.

Join TheHorse.com on Thursday, May 17 at 8:00 p.m. EDT (5:00 p.m. PDT) for the FREE Ask the Vet Live audio and chat event, "Common Equine Skin Conditions: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention," presented by Kinetic Technologies. On-call veterinary panelists will answer your questions on topics including skin allergies, pruritus (itching), hair loss, growths, and more.

Register now and submit your questions to be answered during the live event!

Our on-call panelists for this event will include:

Christine Rees, DVM, Dipl. ACVDChristine Rees, DVM, Dipl. ACVD, is a board certified veterinary dermatologist and is an international expert on animal skin conditions. She worked as a tenured faculty member at Texas A & M University for 13 years and currently operates her private practice, ADESA: Animal and Dermatology for Equine and Small Animals, in McKinney, Texas.

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