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Help Your Horse Keep His Shoes On!

October 11, 2017

Help your horse keep his shoes on!  Consider your horse's diet, farrier routine, and even how wet or dry his paddocks are.  Learn some quick tips for helping your horse keep his shoes on. 


 

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How to Check Your Horse's Digital Pulse

August 30, 2017

The digital pulse is one way to get an instant reading of your horse’s hoof health!     This pulse is found at the fetlock, and often reflects pain and inflammation in the hoof.     Generally speaking, you may not be able to feel the digital pulse if the hoof is healthy and uninjured.     However, as inflammation sets in, the pulse begins to strengthen and can often be strong to the point of bounding. This could be a sign of an abscess, a bruise, or laminitis.     Your Veterinarian should always be called for any signs of hoof distress to rule out laminitis and start treatments. 

 

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Tea Tree Oil, Jojoba Oil, and Your Horse's Hoof!

August 30, 2017

The hoof is subject to stones, uneven terrain, bruises, thrush, and more!     These are all situations in which a little tea tree and jojoba come in handy.   

Always loop your Veterinarian in when your horse develops a hoof issue, to rule out laminitis and other painful conditions.

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How to pack a hoof for support or healing!

How to pack a hoof for support or healing!

August 23, 2017

There are many reasons you may need to pack a hoof.   Your horse could have a missing shoe. Your horse could also have an abcess, stone bruise, or your horse worked quite hard on bad footing, or just has sore feet.     Be sure that you involve your Veterinarian at the beginning of any hoof distress, as you want to rule out laminitis, which might look like something else.   

 

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Your Horse's Frog - A Second Heart

July 26, 2017

The horse’s lower leg and hoof is quite an amazing structure.    There are now muscles in the lower legs, and the hooves carry the weight of the horse.    So how does the all important blood supply reach the hoof, and then get back to the heart?

 



It’s the frog!    The frog is technically part of the horse’s circulatory system.    And one of it’s jobs is to help the horse’s leg pump the blood from the hoof UP the leg.    No muscles there to do that!    The frog is sometimes called the second heart for this reason.

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Top 10 Hoof Care Tips

Top 10 Hoof Care Tips

June 20, 2017

Top 10 hoof care tips!

No hoof, no horse!   Keep your horse’s hooves happy, healthy, and comfortable by using these 10 hoof care tips.  Learn easy and fast ways to help your horse's hooves be at top form and peak health. 

 

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