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Relieving Laminitis Pain in the Field

Because poorly controlled pain can be a deciding factor for euthanizing laminitic horses, an appropriate and timely approach to pain management is critical in caring for affected horses.

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How Vets can Treat 'Untouchable' Horses

How Vets can Treat ‘Untouchable’ Horses

Treating “untouchable” horses, such as some rodeo stock, is a rare but real challenge for veterinarians. Doing so requires experience, modified drug dosages, and creative restraint techniques to keep humans and horses safe during handling.

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