Video: Understanding Equine Laminitis: How Does Laminitis Or Founder Affect Your Horse?

In this laminitis video from the Animal Health Foundation, you will learn three different ways that a horse gets laminitis and the many causes, including Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Cushing?s Disease, or ?PPID?, and support-limb laminitis.




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Laminitis is a complex disease that can have many causes, including Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Cushing's Disease or "PPID." It is crucial to develop an understanding of equine laminitis to prevent laminitis in horses.

In this video from the Animal Health Foundation, you will learn three different ways that a horse can get laminitis and the many causes of the disease, including Equine Metabolic Syndrome and Cushing's Disease, or "PPID", and support-limb laminitis.

For more information about laminitis and founder, as well as additional videos in the laminitis and founder series, check out the Animal Health Foundation website.

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