Owner-provided information and a thorough lameness examination can help veterinarians start meaningful investigations into front foot lamenesses.Read More
Casey Gruber, DVM
Casey Gruber, DVM, is an associate veterinarian at Moore Equine Veterinary Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where he specializes in podiatry and emergency and sport horse care. He’s a graduate of Colorado State University.
Articles by Casey Gruber, DVM
Also known as “forging,” horses with overstrides can injure themselves and pull shoes when their hind feet make contact with their front legs. A vet offers advice on how to prevent problems.Read More
With increased activity all horses are at a higher risk of sustaining traumatic lacerations or other wound types. Some might appear more serious than others, and the wound might be hours, days, or even weeks old before it is discovered.Read More