Some veterinarians are adding a new tool to their lameness diagnosis arsenal
If ever there were a time we wish horses could speak our language, it’s when they are lame. If only Sir Runsalot could say, “You know, I was galloping around in the pasture today and I twisted my knee,” his owner could save time and money in veterinary exams and diagnostics to pinpoint the problem. But, unfortunately, Sir Runsalot does not speak our language, so his veterinarian interprets the situ
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