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Whilst many owners are familiar with the signs of acute or chronic Laminitis, such as heat, a pounding pulse, lameness and shifting weight, stopping Laminitis in the sub-clinical stage is incredibly important when it comes to minimising the risk of your horse having a full-blown Laminitic attack. Each and every owner is responsible for their horse’s overall wellbeing, which should include the ability to recognise the signs of Laminitis, particularly in the early stages when an acute attack can be prevented.


In this episode of Track Talk, we discuss the early warning signs of Laminitis exhibited in the sub-clinical stage, the importance of making a change when they're caught and the reasons why we think sub-clinical Laminitis often goes unnoticed. 


Are you...

  • Unsure what the signs of sub-clinical Laminitis are?

  • Unsure on how to prevent an acute attack of Laminitis if your horse is exhibiting those all-important warning signs?

  • Interested in learning how to tackle inflammation in the feet and body head on?

  • Unsure how to tell if your horse has Laminitis?

Track Talk: the early signs of Laminitis

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