Horse Hoof Care Record

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Horses require regular hoof care to keep them sound and healthy. Veterinarians, farriers, and hoof trimmers recommend keeping the average horse on a four-to-six-week trim and/or shoeing schedule. Horses with certain foot conditions, such as navicular issues or laminitis, might need more frequent hoof care. For more information, visit TheHorse.com/topics/hoof-care.

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The Horse: Your Guide To Equine Health Care is an equine publication providing the latest news and information on the health, care, welfare, and management of all equids.

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