Supporting Limb Laminitis: Learning How to Save Horses Such As Barbaro

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Barbaro's death might lead one to think that despite the best veterinary care available, horses with severe leg injuries and/or laminitis are unrecoverable and should be immediately destroyed. But one equine veterinarian says that couldn't be further from the truth--that horses with "catastrophic" injuries and/or laminitis can often be saved, even when all appears to be lost.

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