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Proper management and supplementation can assist the horse in maintaining good blood delivery and avoiding nutritional roadblocks to normal hoof health and metabolism. Read more

Hoof Care

Topakas shared that she had not considered re-entering the equine natural care market, but afterthe winter California just experienced she was glad she did. Read more

Top Products

“The Easy’s Slippers were easy to put on,” said Hamilton, whose skill as a farrier and compassion as a horseman had already earned him the gratitude of groups like Horse Shoe Equine Rescue before another client called him to help Babe. Read more

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A clubbed foot can contribute to shortness of stride and abnormal metabolic issues Read more

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Shoeing Options For the Driving Horse Read more

Hoof Care

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has determined to make no changes in their 2018 Model Veterinary Practice Act Read more

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Causes, symptoms, and treatment of thrush in horses Read more

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Attendees to the NO LAMINITIS Conference excited about the collaboration with colleagues. Read more

In The News

Learn about the severity of different kinds of hoof cracks. Read more

Educational

A paper entitled “Biometric hoof evaluation of athletic horses of show jumping, barrel, long rope and polo modalities,” published in the July/September 2013 issue of Revista Brasileira de Saúde a Produção Animal Read more

In The News

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A couple important questions are: why does this occur, and, what to do when wet hooves become problematic? In order to answer these questions it is important to take a closer look at the hoof capsule. Read more

Hoof Care

Absorbine® has supported the critical emergency work performed by veterinarians by providing products that can provide some relief to these horses, including Absorbine® Veterinary Liniment and Fungasol® antimicrobial products. Read more

Lam Foot

Anatomy of the Equine, LLC

Seedy-toe and white line disease (WLD) are simply different names describing similar infections. Seedy toe and WLD look the same and involve the same opportunistic fungal and bacterial invaders. Read more

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Monique Craig www.Epona-Institute.org

Thrush, a foul-smelling black pus, can sometimes be found in the horse's hoof. Monique Craig of the Epona Institute, writes on how to diagnose thrush, how to treat it and how to avoid it. Read more

Hoof Care

From horse-keeping to hoof care, vaccines to worming, Part II in the series of Simple Yet Healthy Horse-keeping is the completion of my horse stewardship that has made having horses far more affordable. Read more

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A video demonstrating a tool to help with the recovery of Laminitis in a horse. Read more

Equine Wellness

An Alternative horse shoe, overall, Razer horseshoes and Propads offer a sound solution for equipping your trail horse. Read more

Laminitis  and Ponies

Amy Hayek

Owners are often amazed when we tell them that we should adjust their horse with acute laminitis. Any condition that results in an altered gait will cause altered motion in the spine. Read more

Hoof Care

White Line Disease

Anatomy of the Equine, LLC

White line disease is actually a misnomer, as it occurs exclusively within the inner third of the hoof wall itself and not the white line tissue. Read more

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Bryan Farcus

Sidebone can be of great concern where major limb conformational deformities exist. Such asymmetrical conformations prove to be the most stressful. Read more

Equine Wellness

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