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No Foot No Horse (Part 2)

No Foot No Horse (Part 2)

Last month, we talked about some of the more common foot abnormalities that we see here at Hayes Equine: the long toe/low heeled horse, the club foot, thin soles, and laminitis. Each of these abnormalities predisposes the horse to significant lameness issues. While we...
No Foot No Horse (Part 1)

No Foot No Horse (Part 1)

Dr. Rick Redden, an expert in equine podiatry, once said that if you find a horse with a perfectly symmetrical foot in Germany, he would fly to Germany, look at the horse, and then buy you the most expensive steak dinner money could buy if you were right. While he was...
But I’m So Hungry!

But I’m So Hungry!

Feeding horses, like feeding pets or even humans, can be a very emotionally charged subject. Everyone has opinions on what is best to feed and why, and there isn’t going to be much you can do to change their minds. However, we all want what is best for our animals....
Colic Assurance

Colic Assurance

We all dread the day when we walk out to feed in the morning and find our horse has been down and rolling most of the night. We get our horse up, give it some Banamine that our vet has wisely told us to keep on hand, and give the vet a call to let them know. An hour...