10 Skin Tumor Resources on TheHorse.com

While some lumps and bumps are typically of little consequence, others can pose serious problems. Learn more.
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A horse’s coat speaks volumes about his inner health. But problems might lurk beneath the skin in the form of tumors or other lumps. And while some of these lumps are typically of little consequence, others can pose serious problems for your horse.

To help you better understand the lumps and bumps that might develop on your horse, we’ve compiled 10 resources available free on TheHorse.com. Find more by searching terms such as “melanoma,” “SCC,” or “sarcoids” or visiting the tumors and melanoma page on TheHorse.com.

ARTICLE: Tumors and Treatments These lumps and bumps can mean trouble, but researchers are making headway in defining tumor treatment strategies. Read More

SLIDESHOW: Common Equine Skin Conditions Equine skin conditions are often difficult to diagnose and frustrating to treat, with causes ranging from fungus to allergens to who-knows-what. Check out our pictures of common equine skin conditions—patchy to scabby and everything between—in this slideshow.

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