We examine some common foot pathologies and therapy options
Egg bars, heart bars, wedges, pads, trailers, caulks, wooden shoes, rocker shoes, natural balance shoes–the list of contraptions that can be applied to or removed from the bottom of a horse’s foot is extensive. How can an owner hope to wade through the myriad shoeing options when even veterinarians and farriers can’t seem to reach consensus? According to Andrew Parks
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