As you start your morning chores, you glance at your horse in turnout and notice that he is unexpectedly lame. There is a noticeable limp, and when he rests, he points a leg in front of his body. Uh-oh. Do you what to do next? In this volume of Stable Management Extra, a veterinarian offers insight on how to recognize and quickly attend to common hoof issues.
Featured in this Issue:
- Your horse stepped on a nail—now what?
- All about abscesses
- Signs of laminitis