Laminitis

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2012 Laminitis Conference brings together Vets, Farriers

November 06, 2012

The two-day program included presentations about podiatry, diagnostics, and treatments for laminitis.... Read More

Routine hoof care is critical for your horse’s soundness and well-being. “A lot of times, when horses are on pasture, not in performance and not getting ridden very often, hoof problems arise due to longer intervals between care,” Tanner says. Whether a horse is barefoot or shod, “routine trimming by a skilled farrier,” is essential to reduce the possibility of laminitis, he adds.

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2012 Laminitis Conference: Trimming Too Short?

November 05, 2012

Instructor and farrier Chris Gregory, CJF, FWCF, answers a user's question about trimming hooves too short.... Read More

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2012 Laminitis Conference: Broodmares and Laminitis

November 04, 2012

Veterinarian and farrier Dr. Raul Bras answers a user's question concerning broodmares and laminitis.... Read More

Dr. Nora Grenager at the 2012 International Equine Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot

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2012 Laminitis Conference: The Human Correlate of Laminitis

November 04, 2012

Dr. Nora Grenager answers a user question about the human correlate of laminitis. The answer can surprise you.... Read More

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2012 Laminitis Conference Overview

November 03, 2012

Dr. James Orsini shares the importance of bringing vets and farriers together to discuss laminitis.... Read More

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Global Laminitis Conference Scheduled Nov. 2-3 in Calif.

October 30, 2012

This year's event features a horse owner program covering advancements in laminitis research and more.... Read More

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Racehorse Paynter to Rehab at Fair Hill Equine Therapy

October 15, 2012

Zayat, commenting Oct. 12, said the intent is to eventually return Paynter to training.
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Commentary: Paynter--A Profile in Courage

October 07, 2012

Steve Haskin shares his thoughts on racehorse Paynter's multiple medical battles and his recovery.... Read More

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EMS, PPID Focus of Second Equine Endocrinology Summit

September 27, 2012

Endocrinology researchers met to discuss equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) and equine Cushing's disease (PPID).... Read More

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Racehorse Paynter Recovers from Laminitis, Fighting Colitis

September 21, 2012

Paynter has "beaten laminitis" and will be able to race again if he beats colitis, his owner said Sept. 21.... Read More

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2012 Equine Endocrinology Summit: Laminitis Q & A

September 19, 2012

Don Walsh, DVM, answers questions about The 2012 Equine Endocrinology Summit and how it relates to laminitis.... Read More

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Laminitis Research Project Inclusion Criteria Expanded

September 16, 2012

The coordinators of the ongoing laminitis research project have expanded the inclusion criteria.... Read More

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Laminitic Racehorse Paynter Could Return to Track

September 12, 2012

The colt continues to make strides towards recovery and a possible return to the racetrack.... Read More

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Zayat Family: Paynter Continues Improvement

September 07, 2012

Zayat Stables reports that its 3-year-old colt Paynter continues to improve after a rough couple of days.... Read More

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Paynter 'Walking Comfortably,' Bloodwork OK

September 06, 2012

Haskell Invitational winner Paynter, who was diagnosed with laminitis Sept. 4, was "walking comfortably."... Read More

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USAET Supports AAEP Foundation Laminitis Research Project

August 13, 2012

The USA Equestrian Trust recently granted $10,000 to the AAEP Foundation to support the study.... Read More

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Researchers Seeking Horse Owner Help in Laminitis Study

July 30, 2012

Researchers are asking for horse owners' help identifying suitable acute laminitis cases for research.... Read More

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Virginiamycin for Equine Use to be Banned in U.K.

July 17, 2012

Virginiamycin is the active ingredient in a veterinary medicine used to prevent laminitis in horses.... Read More

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Show Jumper Presley Boy in Intensive Care with Laminitis

July 16, 2012

The stallion worked July 5 before developing colic and endotoxemia that night. He remains in intensive care.... Read More

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Working to Understand Equine Laminitis

July 08, 2012

Laminitis is likely the end product of an array of disease processes, one researcher says.... Read More

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Cryotherapy for Laminitis Prevention after Lameness Onset

July 06, 2012

Cryotherapy prevented further lamellar damage in laminitic horses when used after lameness developed.... Read More

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Laminitis Claims Injured Racehorse Giant Ryan

June 17, 2012

His owners elected euthanasia after the colt began showing laminitis signs in one of his uninjured legs.... Read More

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Laminitis Horse Course Archived

April 10, 2012

During his presentation, Belknap compared and contrasted sepsis-induced and pasture-associated laminitis.... Read More

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Sepsis- and Pasture-Related Laminitis

April 10, 2012

Jim Belknap, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, of The Ohio State University compares sepsis- and pasture-related laminitis... Read More

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Supporting Limb Laminitis in Casted Horses (AAEP 2011)

March 04, 2012

Study horses treated with full-limb casts had a fivefold greater risk of developing laminitis.... Read More