Sooner or later, almost every horse will come up lame, whether from a stone in the hoof, a sprained joint or some other condition. Many lamenesses are easily diagnosed and resolved, while others are anything but! Therefore, it’s best to learn as much as you can about the various signs and how to pinpoint the source of the problem.
In this seventh installment of our series, brought to you by Zoetis, our expert discusses the obvious indications of lameness, as well as subtler hints of discomfort that might be easily missed. Learn why early identification is important, the steps involved in a veterinary lameness exam, the types of imaging used, and more.
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