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In this EquiSearch.com Ask the Vet, Dr. Joyce Harman outlines the diagnostic steps to follow if your horse has a mysterious lameness.
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What to expect when your horse has a common lameness-causing condition in his bones and joints.
Dr. Joyce Harman explores possible causes of lameness in two horses in EquiSearch.com's Ask the Vet and advises the owners to talk to their veterinarians.
Study shows a French drug can reduce lameness in some horses.
Learn how to find the problem and categorize the lameness before
you call the vet.
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