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There is no need to start panicking about osteoarthritis (OA) the day your foal's feet hit the ground, but its impact should be considered following every footfall thereafter. When a horse owner says, "My horse has arthritis," the image that often first pops into our heads is an older retired horse standing alone in a field. "This is simply not an accurate picture of a typical horse with OA."

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