Suspensory ligament desmitis in the horse can take many forms and have a variety of presentations.  In all, if not most, there is a lameness noted by a head-nod or reluctance to stretch out in front.  This can be evident on different levels, dependent upon the degree of damage to ligament and which area is…

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Lacerations and cuts will happen in almost every horse.  In part one of this article, I discussed key points to evaluate when dealing with a cut or laceration.  After a thorough evaluation, you are often then left with many options regarding how to manage that cut or laceration in your horse.  These options can be…

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