News — laminitis

Face Masks and Grazing Muzzles, a PSA for People and Ponies

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Face Masks and Grazing Muzzles, a PSA for People and Ponies
How are coronavirus face masks similar to grazing muzzles? They are both simple ways to protect our herd, both horse and human, and yes, they can both take some getting used to.

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How do grazing muzzles contribute to overall horse health?

Posted by Melvin Pena on

How do grazing muzzles contribute to overall horse health?
A grazing muzzle is an investment in your horse's long-term health and well-being. Wearing a grazing muzzle allows horses, especially those prone to overgrazing, more turnout time, more social interaction with herdmates, and keeps their digestive systems working properly.

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What to do if you suspect laminitis or other horse hoof problems!

Posted by Liv Gude on

What to do if you suspect laminitis or other horse hoof problems!
Have you spotted signs or symptoms of laminitis or some other hoof-related horse health problem? Is your equine vet coming from a distance or unavailable immediately? Don't panic. We run down all of the practical things you can do to help and relieve your horse's situation until the vet arrives.

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Learn to spot the early signs of laminitis in horses

Posted by Liv Gude on

Learn to spot the early signs of laminitis in horses

Laminitis is a potentially fatal and maddeningly-sneaky medical condition affecting the feet of horses. There are three major reasons why we refer to laminitis as a “sneaky” disease: Laminitis is a secondary condition with vague symptoms. As a secondary condition, it has a bewildering range of causes. Development is erratic and flare-ups are unpredictable. When a horse develops laminitis, the signs are often subtle. Since laminitis can arise from any number of underlying causes, it can also be difficult to pinpoint and diagnose. One of its most insidious features is its unpredictability. While overindulging on lush, sweet spring grass is...

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Fall Laminitis: The Danger Is Real

Posted by Liv Gude on

Fall Laminitis: The Danger Is Real
A horse's risk for developing laminitis doesn't disappear with the leaves. As the autumn season approaches, factors like hormones, fall rains, and the amount of time and attention your horse gets can all negatively impact their health. Liv Gude has some pointers on horse care and barn management that can help you avoid fall laminitis.

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