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Diagnosis and Treatment with Proper Trimming and Pour-in Pads - Proper hoof trimming is vital to the horse’s overall health and quality of life. Hooves that are not trimmed properly become uneven, causing the horse’s weight to be unevenly distributed and the horse to land on its feet differently than when the hooves are properly trimmed. Lameness can result.

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F.O.A.L FAN OF THE WEEK - Like a foal, the F.O.A.L brand is full of spirit, energy and promise. F.O.A.L is an acronym for the emotions we feel every time we are with our horses: Freedom. Optimism. Adventure. Love. Every piece of clothing launched is designed with those four words in mind and the new collection is no exception. Celebrate the launch of the new F.O.A.L Spring 2016 Collection by becoming a fan for your chance to win!

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When a person wears the same pair of shoes for a long period of time, some parts of the shoes will wear out before other parts depending on the way the person walks and distributes weight to their feet. Once shoes wear out, the feet are not properly supported. This scenario is also true for hooves and horseshoes. When hooves aren’t trimmed properly or horseshoes don’t fit correctly, the horse distributes its weight unevenly and lands on its feet differently than when properly trimmed or shod.

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This time of year it is a constant battle with the mud and our horses are at risk of getting mud fever. Mud fever is not a single disease but can come in different forms. The condition occurs especially in warm, wet weather, and is certainly not limited to horses that are paddling in knee-deep mud. Mud fever starts off with dry crusts, which are caused by the inflamed skin weeping. The condition can range from a mild skin irritation to very painful infected sores, and can in some cases cause significant swelling with severe lameness.

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A natural path to healing - The sheer beauty of high performance is that it all looks so deceptively easy. But whether it is a grand prix level horse and rider executing the minutely accurate steps of canter pirouettes, passage, and piaffe in the dressage ring, or ballet dancers executing the complex flows of demi-pointe, frappe, or tendu on stage, both performers know the degree of sacrifice, dedication, pain, and setbacks it may take to get to that flawless peak.

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With the holiday season is just around the corner, and if you’re searching for the perfect gift for that special horse or horse lover on your list, check out our Deck the Stalls Equine Holiday Gift Guide! With a little help from Santa’s stable elves and our partner businesses, we’ve put together a selection of gifts sure to delight your two- and four-legged loved ones on Christmas morning.

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No matter the season, any time wet conditions are present bacteria and fungus can get trapped in a horse’s hoof wall. Similar to human toenails, once fungus and bacteria have set in, they are very difficult to conquer. This combination of pathogens in the hoof wall is a recipe for White Line Disease.

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