The long and short of equine coats
KEYS TO PREVENTING LAMINITIS
Make the most of your riding lessons
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Strong bonds are built with great care
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An extreme measure
The bad news was that the images confirmed what we suspected: The disease had spread through all of his front teeth, and they would need to be removed.
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Equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis (EOTRH)
I worried about what kind of life Loopy would have now. How could he eat? Would he always be covered in drool? Would his tongue hang out all of the time? Would he be miserable?
Although I had been told that I could continue using the same bit, Loopy didn’t seem comfortable with his old snaffle.
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The long & short
Of equine coats
If your horse is sweaty but not especially dirty, rinsing him clean with plain water in lieu of a bath may suffice. Save the sudsing for special occasions like shows.
Laminitis A Price of associated with lush grass is the most common form progress? of the condition today, but it was hardly known a century ago. Why?
The old veterinary literature describes two forms of laminitis—inflammatory and weight-bearing—that are now well understood. But there is no mention of endocrine laminitis, the type most commonly seen today.
PATHWAYS TO LAMINITIS
DO LAMINITIS AND TYPE 2 DIABETES HAVE A COMMON CAUSE?
FERTIL I ZER
KEYSTO PREVENTING LAMINITIS
Horses who require large amounts of concentrates must be fed carefully. One option is to break up the large meals into smaller portions fed throughout the day, so the horse never needs to digest too much at once.
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1O Here are ways to ensure that your sessions with a riding instructor are as enriching and enjoyable as possible.
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