We know that laminitis can be one of the most heartbreaking lameness issues to watch – the pain can be so acute and so severe, and it’s hard to see a horse in that much pain.
Fortunately, over the last decade we have learned a LOT about laminitis recovery and prevention, and many cases that never would have made it 20 years ago now are going back to full work and productive lives after laminitis and founder.
Daisy Bicking, a hoofcare provider in PA with a special focus on laminitic rehabilitation, talked with me about a case study that just wasn’t getting better despite the owner doing “all the right things”: a tested and tightly managed diet, a dry lot, and frequent bloodwork monitoring. Daisy talks about what they changed and how they got this horse back to full soundness and ridden work!
You can hear the entire conversation on any podcast app under “The Humble Hoof,” or directly on this page.
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