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        08-18-2007, 02:59 PM
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    This was sunny, given to my son as a gift from a co worker, we put him down this spring after he had founderd, poor little guy was down on the gound in pain so my husband put him down for me, I later told that co worker that we had to put him down and her response shocked me...oh well we should of done that a long time ago......hhhmmm nice.....i also know of a t.w who founderd and with corrective shoing and time off and a lot of tlc is almost back to 100 %, but the t.w's owner is on the ball and had him shipped to okla for propper x-rays with a vet how speacilizes in it.
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        08-22-2007, 12:03 AM
      #12
    Foal
    Many people use laminitis and founder interchangably. And whether you do or you don't is irrelevent, however, founder is indicative of the actual separation of the sensitive and insensitive laminae and the increase in the angle of separation of the third phalynx from the hoof wall. Many times, the third phalynx will 'sink' through the sole of the affected horse's foot - but not always. Lamintis refers simply to the inflammation of the laminae. An increase of blood flow to the laminae without the proper circulation and return of the blood away from the laminae. This 'mild' form of laminitis can be brought on by any major metabolic change in the horse, from the sudden increase in nutrient quality/quantity to extended regiments of steroids or other drugs to extreme extertion where the feet take a brutal beating - and it can also happen for no reason at all. Horse professionals think that they know what causes laminitis, but we can only speculate. Founder is actually a very advanced stage of laminitis. A horse can heal from mild laminitis with little to know effects, they can also completely recover from founder (much less likely) but soundness is never the same.
         
        09-04-2007, 10:38 PM
      #13
    Weanling
    Well I think everyone cleared it up for youo To my understanding isn't it a horse who is obese? We don't have to really worry to much about that in Australia :P
         

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