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"Flaring of the toe wall is a common consequence of laminitis." -The Essential Hoof Book, Photo by Susan Kauffmann #horses #equine #Equus #HoofCare ...

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Hot Topics in Hoof Care, Part 4: The Abnormal Horse Hoof

Chronic laminitis

X-ray and photo of a foot with an underrun heel.

When laminae is healthy and the attachment between bone and hoof strong, the foot will maintain a compact form, without distortion.

10 Early Warning Signs of Laminitis - A Bounding Digital Pulse

The angle of rotation can be calculated either as the angle where a line drawn along the dorsal hoof wall (green) and the dorsal aspect of P3 (blue) meet ...

In general, hoof function or mechanism is defined as the expansion of the hoof on weight bearing: Weight comes down through the boney column, with traction ...

I would imagine we would all agree that a healthy foot should have minimal distortions. If mechanical damage to the laminae is the potential end result of ...

Laminitis is one of the most serious, crippling diseases of horses. Severe and recurring cases of laminitis can reduce a horse's usefulness or result in the ...

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Dora the Explorer Trimming for Laminitis and Founder Distortion - YouTube

X-ray of a pony with long-term chronic laminitis showing a significant lamellar wedge

Managing a Horse's Underrun Heels

Compare that case of laminitis to the feet in this case. Is this laminitis or flare? Just a long toe? When does the mechanical leverage become detrimental ...

10 Early Warning Signs of Laminitis in Horses

In the X-ray of this laminitic hoof, the dark "gas line"

A neglected pony foot. The wall has become long and flared due to a damp environment. The wall is cracked and breaking off in large pieces. This can result ...

From my point of view, unfortunately, we still tend to put all laminitic horses into one group instead of looking at them as individuals, understanding that ...

Too many horses fail to recover from laminitis due to incorrect trimming.

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Poor wall growth and horn, soles that are weak, possible laminitis and resulting founder can all result from nutritional deficiencies.

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... the coronary Stretched while line, Wall Flare & Separation

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Note the change of angle in the hoof wall at the toe and the divergent hoof rings (rings wider at the heel than at the toe) - both signs of chronic ...

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Image courtesy of Global Herbs. Laminitis is particulary common ...

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Biomechanics and Hoof Problems, Treatment (AAEP 2012)

Laminitis - typical crisis slide 1a

The lateral view with the near side half trimmed - note the longer toe on the far side.

Photos: Susan Kauffmann (top), Christina Kusznir (bottom)

Laminitis is a disease that affects the feet of ungulates. It is best known in

laminitis and founder

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Powdery Residue

Half trimmed - note how much excess foot there is at the toe on the untrimmed half - this is due to and covering the laminar wedge and dorsal rotation.

Rotation, sinking, and founder[edit]

Laminitis

Right off the track, Bugsy, shows off his original shod foot and four months later, half of the great foot he grew in 4 months. His is an example of flaring ...

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This horse moves well, but has suffered from long-term “subclinical” laminitis from excess pasture and feed—the walls are flared and the sole is thin.

Diet and laminitis

A neglected pony foot. The wall has become long and flared due to a damp environment. The wall is cracked and breaking off in large pieces. This can result ...

Here the sole has been rasped over the whole foot but the laminar wedge/stretched white line left in place on the top half of the foot.

At first glance, this hoof may appear healthy—no rotation or flaring, and an adequately thick sole. But a timely visit from the veterinarian revealed a good ...

Cross-section of horse with severe laminitis, showing a dished dorsal hoof wall that grows in a more horizontal manner, and a sole that is convex due to ...

Stretching at the toe is normally an indicator of rotation of the coffin bone as a result of laminitis or it may be from excess flaring of the hoof.

Read the horizontal lines on the hoof wall as well as the vertical tubules. Here

Compare that case of laminitis to the feet in this case. Is this laminitis or flare? Just a long toe? When does the mechanical leverage become detrimental ...

The trimmed foot.

Seedy toe or WLD associated with laminitis. The damaged wall is removed and the remaining horn disinfected. This foot will need shoeing.

Seedy Toe in Horses

X-ray and photo of a foot with an underrun heel.

A horse suffering from laminitis.

... and nearly 6 months after the acute laminitis - the gasline is growing out. (NB the heels need to be significantly lowered on this foot!)

I would imagine we would all agree that a healthy foot should have minimal distortions. If mechanical damage to the laminae is the potential end result of ...

Life after Equine Laminitis

Photo shows a chronic toe crack caused by long toe, low heel conformation, on

THE THREE STAGES OF LAMINITIS

2012 analysed freeze-dried carrots - the DM content of the freeze-dried carrots was 89.1%, sugar 58.1% (glucose 12.4%, fructose 12.5% and sucrose 33.2%), ...

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Weird Facts About Laminitis

White line disease originally caused by abscess. Neglect has caused a laminitis-like version

We're not forcing this 'ideal' on the foot however, but *encouraging* or 'facilitating' it's development towards it.

Feeding the laminitic horse

Become familiar with the countours of your horse's hooves. Photo by lamiafotografia on Shutterstock .

laminitis

before-after-hoof-cracks. The Hoof Wall.

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Farrier Kingston Ontario - specializing in fixing common hoof problems such as flares, cracks, laminitis and navicular.

The forces present in a flexural deformity affecting the distal interphalangeal (coffin) joint: a) tension from the deep digital flexor tendon lifts the ...

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3) Flared Feet: Hooves with large amounts of flare can result from feet that are overdue a trim, or from feet which suffer from long term inflammation and ...

Photo by Christina Cline

Radiographic measurements, including coronary extensor distance (CE), horn:lamellar distance (HL), sole depth (SD), digital breakover (DB), and palmar angle ...

Pro Equine Grooms - Fall is a Risky Time For Laminitis

Conversely, when you look at Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses, you see large numbers of individuals with problem feet. This would seem to indicate that ...

equine Laminitis in Horses with EMS and Cushing's Disorder, Dr. Jaini Clougher ECIR Group

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FLARE TO BE CORRECTED

Big flares on very overgrown feet. This is a mechanical flare -- the walls have grown far beyond the sole, and the ground is "pushing up" against the excess ...

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with shoe removed, the toe is flared away from the sole. There is a

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