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Following on from Part I of our series. Because each horse has individual characteristics, evaluating lameness can be challenging. Veterinarians have developed a lameness scale that ranges from one to five, with one being no perceptible lameness, and five being extremely lame: 1 = Lameness not perceptible Lameness...

So, your horse is hopping! What can you do to address the problem and how should you go about it? It is in everyone's best interest to take prompt action any time you have the least suspicion that something is not right with your horse, especially...

CHANGING EQUINE TENDON MANAGEMENT AND REHABILITATION PART ONE: DIAGNOSING AND MONITORING INJURIES Dr Henk Offereins, DVM, from equinetendon.com explains:   Dr Offereins using the UTC scanner to evaluate tendon health The detailed imagery the UTC can provide about soft tissue health and compromise BEFORE it is injured and needs rehabilitation.   “In...