Lameness with no heat, swelling or obvious injury

Lameness with no heat or swelling

Lameness with no heat or swelling? This type of lameness can have a number of causes, and could be a symptom of an underlying condition. In this article, we consider reasons why lameness can occur, including what to do, from an expert in his field, Alex Mould. So, you go to get your horse in from the field when you notice lameness without any heat, swelling or obvious injury. You tentatively walk the horse back to the stable where you can have a closer look, but what do you do…

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