Improving a Horse’s Ability to Hold Up His Legs for Hoof Trimming

Posted on May 4, 2011

“Damn it! Just give me your leg!” Hearing these harsh words, I snapped my head around. Just as I suspected, a farrier was holding onto the hind hoof of a horse who was trying to break free of the man’s grasp. The farrier, Joe*, had been patient with the big chestnut Warmblood. But Joe’s patience Continue Reading »

Dog Moves Easier Despite an Old Fracture

Posted on May 4, 2011

[iframe http://www.youtube.com/embed/kCnJAvtYKSQ 580 465] Tail wagging, the little blond dog walked into the large room, ready to befriend all she met. A Daschund mix, Hero’s legs were petite, but her right front leg was shorter and more bent than the left one, giving Hero a distinct limp. When Angie and her family adopted this irresistibly Continue Reading »

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