That was the information I had been hoping from from Amazin Caucasian, but he disappeared, along with his post! (?)
I had a feeling that the poison would LIKELY effect all hooves, as well as LIKELY other cellular tissues of fast growing potential; similar to chemotherapy and it's effect on all of the cells with relatively more rapid "turn over".
I got distracted this am and didn't wind up doing the research I'd planned on.
Your info is a great start. It's reassuring that the poisoning when it DOES OCCUR, can make it's way out of the horse fairly rapidly, and that it's negative effects can also relatively quickly be "regenerated".
Also good to hear that the unfortunate horse with the long hooves in the pic can possibly, just as Saddlebag experienced with her horse (in her story above), be nearly repaired following one good trim!! Hopeful for that horse...
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