Laminitis is unfortunately a common condition affecting horses of any discipline or breed; whether if they are a Grand Prix Jumper or a backyard family companion. This condition can be devastating in terms of overall health and is considered to be one of the main causes of euthanasia second to colic by many standards. Laminitis is closely connected with a variety of clinical diseases, but the bottom line is there is uncontrolled inflammation on various levels, contributing to bone rotation and poor laminar health. If we address these problems properly, then outcome can be improved dramatically in many cases.
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