Wound & Cut Treatment For Horses

For All Types Of Cuts, Proud Flesh & Sores On Horses

Proud Flesh In Horses

Proud Flesh Wonder Salve not only prevents proud flesh, aka excessive tissue granulation, but also dissolves it gently without damage to healthy tissue.  Be sure to check out the case studies in the link below.

Proud Flesh & Wound Care For Horses

Take a look at the case studies to see serious horse injuries and cases of proud flesh. Proud Flesh Wonder Salve was used with success. The ideal solution for proud flesh, saddle sores, summer itch, wire cuts, pastern injuries, de-gloved leg injuries, abrasions, rain rot, t-post injuries, fungal issues & more.

The results speak for themselves. Avoid surgical removal of unsightly, disfiguring issues from your horse. We offer a 30-day money back guarantee.

How To Prevent & Eliminate Proud Flesh

Watch the short video to see how easy it is to prevent and eliminate proud flesh on horses.

Warning! Graphic Photos

Testimonies

Many medications cause proud flesh, others will slow healing right down and when proud flesh is present scarring is inevitable. A T.B. yearling, Mush, gashed his side open in a freak accident with a gate latch. The stitching broke down within three days, and he was left with a gaping wound. There was a dilemma as to what to use. Then, after a short time the groom started to use a proud flesh salve. I did not see the horse for about 8 weeks and when I did I just could not believe how rapidly the area closed. My original prognosis for the wound to look anything like closing was December/January and in the healing, I was expecting to have to debride proud flesh. I am now using PF Wonder Salve on a horse with a serious wire injury to its pastern and heel. This horse has been treated for two months with little healing taking place. In a week of using the salve there is a noticeable improvement in the lessening of the proud flesh and the area looking a lot healthier. I am both surprised and impressed.

Alistair Lees, BVetMed MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon, Shavehill Equine Clinic