Ringworm in HorsesThe Ringworm infection is caused due to a fungus in the hair, skin, or nails of animals and people.

How does It Spread?

The ringworm will spread by touching the infected person or animal. Moreover, it spreads from the environment as well.

Who Is At Risk?

Anyone can suffer from ringworm disease.

Signs In Horses :

Some horses might not show any ringworm infection, but some will have hair loss, redness, dry skin, severe dehydration, and depression.

Symptoms In People?

This disease can affect any part of the skin, fingernails, and toenails. Moreover, the symptoms of ringworm depend on where the infection is present in the body. Generally, the symptoms include hair loss, ring-shaped rash, and scaly, red, or cracked skin.