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What is Lameness and When Should You Call Your Horse Vet?

  • Posted by Danny Borders
  • On March 20, 2015
Lameness is a term for non-specific aberration in gait and can have a variety of causes. A horse is said to be lame when it’s normal gait is altered by a problem in one or more of the limbs or the spine. Lamenesses are graded on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 representing […]
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When to Know if Your Horse has Colic?

  • Posted by Danny Borders
  • On March 16, 2015
Colic is a catch-all name for a variety of medical conditions involving discomfort or pain in the horse’s abdomen. If your horse is experiencing colic, he or she may try to lie down, roll or may not want to eat or drink. As a precaution, take food away if you suspect a colic. Other symptoms […]
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