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Recognising Laminitis and EMS in your horse isn't always easy. With our free digital self-help guide, we hope to provide you with the confidence and ability to identify the signs of Laminitis and EMS, helping you to make informed decisions on your horse's diet or management. Please read the disclaimer below before downloading.


Included in this free download of 10 pages:

  • A brief explanation on what Laminitis and EMS is
  • The 3 stages of Laminitis and the symptoms or signs at each stage
  • The symptoms or signs of EMS
  • Images and diagrams for a visual understanding
  • Our recommended resources to help you with the next stages of your horse's journey


Please note, this is a digitial download only (PDF). You will not recieve a physical item. Should you have any issues downloading the file, please contact us directly at


By downloading our free self-help guide on identifying Laminitis and EMS, you acknowlegdge and accept that PB Paddock Paradise Livery Ltd and any person employed or working for PB Paddock Paradise Livery Ltd is in no way an Equine Veterinarian, Hoof Care Professional or Nutritionist. This information and material is of general educational nature only and is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional advice. PB Paddock Paradise Livery Ltd does not accept liability for any injury, loss, damage or expenses incurred by the information or advice provided.


Who are we?

PB Paddock Paradise Livery is a family run, track system livery with over 15 years of rehabilitation or tracking experience. Specialising in the rehabilitation and management of Laminitis and EMS, we also have extensive experience working with horses with a wide variety of mental, physical and behavioural issues. Alyson Sharpe of PB hosts regular clinics, workshops, open days and courses, in addition to providing 1 to 1 services, to help horse owners expand their knowledge on species appropriate living, diet and lifestyle and managing medically complex horses.

Identifying Laminitis and EMS, Self-Help Guide

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