Items Tagged with 'Cushing's Syndrome'

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Nutrient Strategies

Dealing with Digestible Disorders

Your clients should recognize that several nutritional disorders are linked to hoof-care concerns
Farriers don’t have to be told that horses are what they eat. They can describe the impact of good or poor nutrition every time they take a pair of nippers to a hoof.
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Researchers in Japan did a descriptive survey of the primary and secondary epidermal laminae of 35 Thoroughbred horses of all ages to characterize the variation of normal laminae in horses without laminitis.
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During more than 30 years of shoeing, Red Renchin of Mequon, Wis., has developed a unique approach that has helped him build a thriving practice that includes many high end hunters and jumpers.


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Laminitis Still A Puzzle?

Fredericks’ unification theory draws plenty of reader interest, criticism
Not everyone may agree with the unification theory on laminitis developed by California farrier Matthew Frederick and his wife, Susan Tierney Frederick, but a lot of people ARE talking about it.
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5-Step Treatment For Laminitis

Farriers provide “first line of defense” in recognizing early signs of Cushing’s
While Matthew Frederick and his wife, Susan Tierney Frederick, are convinced of the effectiveness and vital role that Permax has played in the recovery of horses they are treating for refractory laminitis, they are quick to point out that their treatment involves more than just the drug.
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