Raccomended Navicular Horses Disease Treatment

By Kathleen Collins

As a horse owner, its health is the priority. Animals with navicular horses ill can be a challenge but it is important to know that this is not a reason to put them down or assume that they will never be on the track again. Such conditions can be treated easily and with care and patience, the horse will be back to its old self in no time.

The first sign that will make you realize that there may be something wrong is if you notice your stallion is limping or trying to avoid pacing pressure on their front legs. Instead of trying to diagnose by yourself, the best would be to take it to the vet, so they can do a proper analysis. They will usually perform x-rays and other physical exams that will confirm what the condition is.

If it is confirmed, you now need to make sure that you have the correct shoes for them to use. These are made specifically for stallions who have problems with their hooves. They are made to fit the hooves on each side and back to front tightly and securely, so that the animal feels secure and is able to land on all sides of their feet and now just the tip to avoid pain.

When the shoes arrive, you need to make sure that when it is on, it allows the hoof to land on the heel fist and then the toe, because this is the right way they should walk. If you see that it doesn t allow for this, it probably needs a trim and you need to send it back. Even better if you can send exact measurements as well as pictures so they makers can see.

When the shoe fits and everything is starting to come together, you now need to get into a routine of keeping them fit. Daily exercises are a must however, you may want to do your research as there are specific ways of getting them fit which allows them to put pressure on their back legs rather than the front.

If you are not knowledgeable on the subject, it will be best to rather use an expert in this field. Keep in mind that you are working with an animal s health and well-being, which means that you cannot do the bare minimum and expect a recovery. Using an expert means that the steed will get the best care and the right care to get over its condition in the fastest time, with no harm or pain to them.

Apart from your trainer, you need to also keep other aliases on hand such as a vet that has experience with treating steeds of this nature, as well as a specialist. You may not know the extent of the condition and there could be a time where you may need to get help or seek advice. It is best to speak to people who know what they are doing.

If you have stallions, you need to make sure that you are keeping yourself up to date with all the possible illnesses that could occur and the best ways to find a solution.

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