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Nitric Oxide and Hoof Health

Nitric oxide, NO, is a very simple gas with just one nitrogen and one oxygen molecule, and is a free radical with a half-life in the body of only seconds. This unassuming little compound is of profound physiological importance in … Continue reading

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Winter Laminitis

Veterinarians working with many laminitic horses are well acquainted with the problem but others may be unfamiliar with it.  It’s a laminitis-like syndrome triggered by cold weather. Horses normally have a very high tolerance for cold.  In all species, cold … Continue reading

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