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    10-29-2010, 09:31 PM
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Heat in Pastern and hoof

Ok bought a horse and had the vet look at him to do coggins and becasue he's lame on his left from leg. The vet did say that he definitely has an old tendon injury but it felt healed and he wasn't sensitive at all when she was touching it same thing with his hoof nothing bothered him but he's pretty lame. His previous owner hadn't had his hoofs shoed or trimmed since june or july, so we Had them done tuesday and since then he's improved but is still not 100%. The heat isnt in his fetlock its in his pastern and hoof which leads me to believe that is could possible be an absess?!!? Which would make sence because his hoofs have been neglected. Opinions please...
     

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