Therapeutic Shoeing

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Glue-On Shoeing Application Techniques — Back to Basics

In this webinar event, Stuart Muir, of Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, covers when and how you should use adhesives. Presented by Soundhorse and American Farriers Journal, Muir explains the importance of glue on shoe selection and application. Learn how to make sure your glue on applications are successful. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Severe White Line Disease Causes Serious Problems

Infection leads to hoof capsule destabilization and coffin bone displacement in a Western Pleasure mare
White line disease (WLD) is a common hoof disorder, particularly in horses kept in moist or humid environments. While many cases are relatively minor, severe cases can develop that require the expertise of a farrier and veterinarian team.
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2018 International Hoof-Care Summit

[Video] Treating Issues Associated With The Navicular Apparatus With Shoeing Solutions: The Farrier’s Perspective

Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine farrier Travis Burns will explain the importance of communication with the vet to create a solution to address this issue. He’ll cover several considerations of shoeing options available to the farrier, as well as what you should think about when determining application of the shoe or alternative device.
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2018 International Hoof-Care Summit

[Video] Causes And Diagnosis Of Problems With The Navicular Apparatus: The Veterinarian’s Perspective

In this lecture, we pair a veterinarian and farrier who work together to address a common foot problem. In the first talk, Dr. Scott Pleasant of the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine will first survey anatomy of the navicular apparatus and then discuss the factors that lead to injury. He’ll explain how diagnostics help paint a picture of what the issue is and what to communicate to the farrier who will manage the footcare.
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2018 International Hoof-Care Summit

[Video] Effect Of Different Riding Terrains On Hoof Wall Performance In The Barefoot And Booted Horse

The hoof is subjected to potential damage when encountering different terrains while riding. Western Kentucky University researcher Dr. Jennifer Gill and farrier Chuck York measured hoof performance while exercising horses on three different terrains while barefoot and wearing a hoof boot.
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