founder

Only 6 weeks in between those images of a front hoof. This horse suffered too long by a former laminitis and false work of various veterinarians and farriers. My opinion is that such long walls are triggering laminitis and founder. Now he’s able to be ridden again, which is something his owner honestly never thought would happen…

Yes, it’s still the same hoof after 6 weeks, but a new horse with a lot of power 🙂

hyperextension of the deep flexor tendon

If the hoofs have become too long, it is quite painful to roll over. Then the hooves become more torn on the back parts instead of the toe – the beginning of a vicious circle with reduced mobility and overstretching of the deep flexor tendon.

Much better positioning by ONE (!) orthopedic hoof treatment.

Improved toe axis right after one treatment