According to the vet Macho can live a good life. For what it costs me I'll take his advice He steps on his full feet not just toes. He gets stiff but when he walks he gets alot betterby the time we get back it is almost unnoticeable and I put polo wraps on the front feet not to tight, since circulation is key to navicular. We don't lunge anymore and stay on flat soft dirt.
His feet get checked and trimmed every 4 to 5 weeks .Every time my farrier comes out we reassess macho`s situation.
He is a very happy boy. I really walk him 4 /5 times a week.
The walks give Macho something to look forward .
The vet is Dr. Lynch out of Smith and Peterson into Ocala. He is one of the best lameness specialist in our area.
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