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What’s going on inside your horse’s hooves during injury or disease? Our sources reveal what they’ve learned when dealing with sheared heels, white line disease, abscesses, and other common hoof conditions.
Working to correct low heels when they begin to develop is far more successful than waiting until the horse has had no heel for a long time. Low-heeled conformation is not healthy and can compromise soundness in the short or long term.
The 18th Bluegrass Laminitis Symposium will return to Louisville, Ky., in 2007 with a full slate of international speakers sharing information on the diagnosis and treatment of laminitis and other diseases involving the equine foot. The Symposiu
Have you ever paid attention to the way people walk? Some are pigeon-toed, others are duck-footed. Some wear the insides of their shoe heels; others do just the opposite. Yet, most are perfectly sound and healthy.
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