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Transporting Horses with Fractures, Washington State University, horse veterinary, signs of fracture horses, sudden horse lameness, stabilize broken horse leg, horse care

Several types of fractures and injuries that doomed a horse in the past may be repaired today due to advances in veterinary medicine and surgery. One of the most important factors for a successful outcome from such an incident is what happens before a horse arrives at a veterinary medical center for treatment.

Lameness: Its Causes & Prevention DVD

“Anybody that’s had horses for any length of time has probably experienced the tragedy of lameness – permanent, crippling lameness,” says respected equine veterinarian Dr. Robert Miller in the introduction to his new DVD, Lameness: Its Causes & Prevention. “A majority of these lamenesses are preventable.”

Dr. Don Walsh, longtime veterinarian and president of the Animal Health Foundation, shows animated illustrations and photos of how laminitis and founder cause a horse's hoof to break down. He also discusses some of the leading laminitis researchers who are being funded by Animal Health Foundation.

Thrush in the Equine Hoof

Contributed by Vettec - This episode of "Two Minutes With Tab" discusses thrush in the equine foot, how to treat it, and why it arises.

hoof abscess

This video is Part 1 of 3 segments focusing on hoof disorders, including abscesses. Presented by Dr. Stephen O'Grady with Clinton Anderson on the Downunder Horsemanship series.

This video is Part 2 of 3 segments focusing on hoof disorders, including abscesses. Presented by Dr. Stephen O'Grady with Clinton Anderson on the Downunder Horsemanship series.

This video is Part 3 of 3 segments focusing on hoof disorders, including abscesses. Presented by Dr. Stephen O'Grady with Clinton Anderson on the Downunder Horsemanship series.

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