2013 Laminitis Conference
- November 1-3, 2013
- West Palm Beach, FL
Researchers found that horses do show some movement asymmetry after being trimmed.
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Both individuals' expertise is needed to rehab and maintain these horses' feet for the best possible outcome.
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