Clark was an abandon horse found with a serious wire cut. Clark was adopted and healed by the wonderful people of North Texas Doberman Rescue. Clark made a full recovery and is now a nice pleasure horse.
The second photo was taken after one month of veterinary care. Although the wound was in fair condition, it was quickly developing proud flesh. You can see how the area turned around after using the proud flesh salve. Since Clark was found several days after the injury, there is a small area where hair didn’t grow back in due to damaged follicles.
Wire Cuts in the Foot | Hoof
Click below to see more wire cuts. The majority of cuts and injuries shown on our site are due to wire cuts. It’s hard for most people to avoid using wire, but at least there is a fast, easy way to heal the wounds caused by wire fencing.
Wire Cut on Horse’s Hip
Tivo is a horse in south Texas. He received a wire cut from a panel while turned out in a pen. After a few days, the stitches came loose. The owner then began using PF Wonder Salve on area.