Laminitis is a painful inflammation in the horses hooves, typically the forelegs, where the degradation of the structures in the hoof results in the hoof’s attachment to the hoof capsule/entails, which destroys and continuously pulls from the flex tendons leading subsequently to a downward spiral/rotation of the pedalbone/hoof, where the risk of breaking or penetrating the sole occurs.
The cause behind this certain predicament isn’t fully known yet, but the theory is, that the infection is a result of toxins secreted by the bacteria (streptococci) in the mainstream of the bowel or the uterus.
The horse will show signs of pain the the hooves by not willing to walk or by limping. If the horse has laminitis in its frontal legs solely, it will try to balance its weight on its back hooves to relieve the forelegs. If laminitis occurs on all four hooves, it will try to stand by tiptoeing or by balancing itself on whichever hoof is less painful. The hooves will feel warmer the usual and increased pulsation of the blood vessels that carry the blood to the hooves.
The condition has shown itself after sudden change of feed, where the horse as either forcedfed itself in corn or spiral (carbohydrates) spring grass and in connection with pyometra after having a foal.
We, at VetCur recommend the following:
When planning to change the feed, it is a good idea to give the horse DiVet for in the period leading up to the change to support the optimal environment in the gut/bowels.
If the horse develops laminitis, then we recommend: A combination of SolVet and ReVet, preferably with a double dose in the first week. SolVet will support the body’s detoxification process, while ReVet will support the healingprocess in the joints musculoskeletal. ... See MoreSee Less
Spring means that our animals are outdoors more often -so maybe it’s time for a round of Cur1?
95 % of fleas and ticks are not actually ON our animals, but are in our surroundings. The 5% that attack your dog or your cat, can cause a variety of problems for your pet. The unique formula in Cur1 for dogs or cats consists entirely of natural ingredients, and in their entirety protect your dog or cat against the parasites annoying attacks. And at the same time, Cur1 gives optimal care and protection for the skin and coat in your pet’s everyday life.
Cur1 for horses -is based upon essential oils and plant extracts which, when combined have a synergistic effect. -is a natural product with antimicrobial agents. -gives nourishing care for the horse's hooves and the rest of the body. -has handy spray form so that it can incorporate into all hidden folds and edges. -forms a second, invisible shield against spring tormentors and nuisances.
Spring is here, and along with it comes the arrival of several tormentors. Midges, mosquitos, ticks, flies, and so on, are causes for irritating attacks on your horse, and can also be causes for several skin issues, as well as other illnesses. Thrush, fungus, skin and fur mites, and other tormentors, can also attack the horse all year around. Cur1 for you horse is a remarkable formula, that gives your horse all the optical care and protection it needs from ear to hoof all year around.
AdhD In VetCur ADHD doesn’t mean Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, just because we don’t have animals with that disorders. But we have AdhD - A daily herbal diet for all the glorious animals. If you have a dog that is nervous, scared or hyperactive, aggressive towards other dogs or people, is afraid to stay at home alone, bites, is afraid of loud noises, has bad eating habits, has compulsions like chasing its tail, licking the floor, unmotivated peeing or licking itself too much. These and also other challenges can be easily removed with AdhD. AdhD supplement supports both the endocrine and neurological systems as well as the enteric system. The enteric system is associated with the digestive system and is where the feeling of insecurity and anxiety occurs first. AdhD is designed to support all the body’s vital processes. AdhD is made in powder form and can easily be added to the daily feeding, or it can be suspended in oil and given directly via a syringe. ... See MoreSee Less