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The last part of our series, following on from Part III. Because the causes of the lameness may be difficult to diagnose, a systematic diagnostic exam can be performed by the veterinarian to pinpoint to problem. Most experienced veterinarians have developed systems for examining horses for lameness...

Following on from Part II of our series. A surprising majority of lamenesses involve the foot. If the problem does appear to be related to the horse's lower limbs, feet, or hooves, a farrier may be able to diagnose the problem and provide corrective treatment. HORSEY PODIATRISTS Your farrier...