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NUMBER OF LAMINITIC HORSES IN SURVEY AS OF JAN. 24, 2010

Laminitic horses

STATE BREAKDOWN OF LAMINITIC HORSES

Laminitic
BREED OF HORSE

Breed of horse
Laminitic

2ND BREED OF HORSE, IF NOT A FULLBRED

Second breed of horse
Laminitic horses

GENDER OF HORSE

Gender of horse
Laminitic horses
HEIGHT OF HORSE

Height of
Laminitic

BONE SIZE OF HORSE:

Bone size of
Laminitic
AGE OF HORSE:

Laminitic horses

HORSES THAT WERE IN WORK

Horses in work when laminitis developed
FEET THAT DEVELOPED LAMINITIS

Left front foot

Right front foot

Left hind foot

Right hind foot

SEVERITY OF LAMINITIS

Severity of
Laminitic
laminitis

CAUSE OF LAMINITIS

Laminitis from excess weight-bearing

Laminitis from grass
STATE BREAKDOWN OF GRASS-RELATED LAMINITIS
Laminitis from hay with high sugar levels
STATE BREAKDOWN OF HORSES THAT DEVELOPED LAMINITIS FROM HAY WITH HIGH SUGAR LEVELS
Laminitis from excess grain

Laminitis from gastrointestinal illness

Laminitis from obesity
STATE BREAKDOWN OF HORSES THAT DEVELOPED LAMINITIS FROM OBESITY Horses with laminitis from obesity

Laminitis from metabolic syndrome
STATE BREAKDOWN OF HORSES THAT DEVELOPED LAMINITIS FROM METABOLIC SYNDROME Horses with laminitis from metabolic syndrome

Laminitis from Cushing's Disease

Laminitis from Corticosteroid use
Laminitis from retained placenta

Laminitis from pregnancy-related issues

Laminitis from muscle breakdown following extreme exertion
Laminitis from hyperthermia
Laminitis from black walnuts

Laminitis from stress
Laminitis from concussion-related breakdown
Laminitis from vaccinations
Laminitis from other
Laminitis from unknown
HORSES THAT WERE AROUND ARSENIC-TREATED WOOD FENCING

Horses were near arsenic-treated fencing

HORSES THAT HAD ROTATION

Horses had rotation
HORSES THAT HAD SOLE-PENETRATION

Horses had sole-penetration
Note: There was one sinker. Survey should have been designed to ask if a horse was a sinker. HORSES THAT SURVIVED

Horses survived
NUMBER OF YEARS HORSE SURVIVED
Laminitic horses
survived
HORSES WHOSE LAMINITIS WAS NOTICED IMMEDIATELY

Horses whose laminitis was noticed immediately
INITIAL TREATMENT

Cold therapy

Horses treated with cold therapy that improved

Radiography

Horses treated with radiography that improved
Thermography
Horses treated with thermography that improved
Venogram
Horses treated with a venogram that improved
Corrective shoeing
Horses treated with corrective shoeing that improved
Corrective trimming of bare feet
on normal schedule

Horses treated with corrective trimming
on a normal schedule that improved

Corrective trimming of bare feet on a much
faster pace (every week or every other week)


Horses treated with corrective trimming
of bare feet on a much faster pace that improved

Comfort boots
Horses treated with comfort boots that improved
Riding boots (Old Mac, Boa boots or other)
Horses treated with riding boots that improved
Anti-inflammatory drugs
Horses treated with anti-inflammatory drugs that improved
Change of diet
Horses treated with change of diet that improved
Thyroid powder
Horses treated with thyroid powder that improved
Quiessence
Horses treated with Quiessence that improved
Other magnesium supplement
Horses treated with other magnesium supplement that improved
Lamina Saver

Horses treated with Lamina Saver that improved
Other jiaogulan supplement
Horses treated with other jiaogulan supplement that improved
Pergolide
Horses treated with Pergolide that improved
Stall rest
Horses treated with stall rest that improved
Paddock turnout
Horses treated with paddock turnout that improved
Pasture turnout
Horses treated with pasture turnout that improved
Other treatment
Horses treated with other treatment that improved

TYPE OF CORRECTIVE SHOEING

Reverse heartbar

Redden Modified Ultimate
Steward Clog

IF TREATMENT CHANGED, FIRST CHANGE OF TREATMENT

Treatment change: cold therapy
Treatment change: horses treated with cold therapy that improved
Treatment change: radiography

Treatment change: horses treated with radiography that improved
Treatment change: thermography
Treatment change: horses treated with thermography that improved
Treatment change: venogram
Treatment change: horses treated with a venogram that improved
Treatment change: corrective shoeing
Treatment change: horses treated
with corrective shoeing that improved

Treatment change: corrective trimming
of bare feet on a normal trim schedule

Treatment change: corrective trimming
on a normal schedule that improved

Treatment change: corrective trimming of bare feet
on a much faster pace (every week or every other week)


Treatment change: horses treated with corrective trimming
of bare feet on a much faster pace that improved

Treatment change: comfort boots
Treatment change: horses treated with comfort boots that improved
Treatment change: riding boots (Old Mac, Boa boots or other)
Treatment change: horses treated with riding boots that improved
Treatment change: anti-inflammatory drugs
Treatment change: horses treated with anti-inflammatory drugs that improved
Treatment change: change of diet
Treatment change: horses treated with change of diet that improved
Treatment change: thyroid powder
Treatment change: horses treated with thyroid powder that improved
Treatment change: Quiessence
Treatment change: horses treated with Quiessence that improved
Treatment change: other magnesium supplement
Treatment change: horses treated with other magnesium supplement that improved
Treatment change: Lamina Saver
Treatment change: horses treated with Lamina Saver that improved
Treatment change: other jiaogulan supplement
Treatment change: horses treated with other jiaogulan supplement that improved
Treatment change: Pergolide
Treatment change: horses treated with Pergolide that improved
Treatment change: stall rest
Treatment change: horses treated with stall rest that improved
Treatment change: paddock turnout

Treatment change: horses treated with paddock turnout that improved
Treatment change: pasture turnout
Treatment change: horses treated with pasture turnout who improved
Treatment change: other treatment
Treatment change: horses treated with other treatment that improved
CHANGE OF TREATMENT: TYPE OF CORRECTIVE SHOEING

Treatment change: reverse heartbar
Treatment change: Redden Modified Ultimate
Treatment change: Steward Clog
Treatment change: Other
TREATMENTS YOU THINK LED TO IMPROVEMENT
Cold therapy
Radiography
Thermography
Venogram
Corrective shoeing
Corrective trimming of bare feet on a normal schedule
Corrective trimming of bare feet on a much faster schedule
Comfort boots
Riding boots
Anti-inflammatory drugs
Change of diet
Thyroid powder
Quiessence
Other magnesium supplement
Lamina Saver
Other jiaogulan supplement
Pergolide
Stall rest
Paddock turnout

Pasture turnout

Other treatment
THE ONE TREATMENT YOU THINK HAD THE MOST IMPACT

Most impact: cold therapy

Most impact: radiography

Most impact: thermography

Most impact: venogram

Most impact: corrective shoeing

Most impact: corrective trimming on normal schedule

Most impact: corrective trimming on a much faster schedule

Most impact: comfort boots

Most impact: riding boots

Most impact: anti-inflammatory drugs

Most impact: change of diet

Most impact: thyroid powder

Most impact: Quiessence
Most impact: other magnesium

Most impact: Lamina Saver

Most impact: other jiaogulan supplement

Most impact: Pergolide

Most impact: stall rest

Most impact: paddock turnout

Most impact: pasture turnout

Most impact: none

Most impact: other

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS

Laminitis caused by a move to new property. New property had lush
rye/clover pasture. Soil test proved property was totally lacking in
magnesium due to being supered heavily every year. Tonka now on grass hay (no seeds or clover), high levels of magnesium,equilibrium minerals, speedibeet. Removed from grass, took weight off. Barefoot did not work. Removed from grass PERMANENTLY. Put him on metformin for IR. This TB had pneumonia at age 6 and has been sensitive to grass ever since. I also used homeopathic ways.esp. accupuncture Change of diet to reduce sugar levels as far as possible and turn-out in a dry paddock --no grass-- finally stopped the bouts of laminitis My horse had a sinker, not rotation, but it did not penetrate the sole. It was winter in CT so no grass when it first developed. Then spring grass = sinker I taped building insulation foam to her feet (Dow pink).They molded and supported her so that she could walk. Turnout once she could walk was in a dry lot.She originally had 11 degree rotation in one foot,8 degree in the other.With change of diet and a drylot, her feet were perfectly normal in 5yrs Iced, Butem Isox, corrective shoeing, change in diet and horse recovered from 9% rotation of both front feet and was back at work in a month. Substitute feeder (for owner) fed grain 3 times a day (when told not to) when horse in new grass pasture in May. No problems whatsoever since, thankfully! My mare had improved and got worse. X-rays showed coffin bone was stable and good sole growth. So we put on the Steward shoes to allow break-over further back at or just being the coffin bone. After two weeks of stall rest in these shoes we hope to go to the next level again. Started 5/17/09 I moved the horse to AZ in summer of 2008. He has improved to the point where, except for distal descent, result being thin soles, he is perfectly normal. He wears Epona shoes and goes riding about 65 miles per week. Every horse I brought to the MI property developed laminitis to some degree. The vet said the horse was metabolic This horse went through this 3 times. Ten years between bout #1 and bout #2. I owe the 10 goods years to my farrier of 15 years. She moved and diaster followed with 2 different farriers and 1 barefoot farrier, vet recommended as part of the treatment for the 3rd and worse founder of all. Sinkers Added E3Live for horses blue green algae mineral supplement, mare has been on it for 3+ years is on dry lot most of her life but I still can not get the excess weight off her, she had multiple sub solar abscesses one spring had 3/4 of her sole removed, we wrapped fro 5 months but she is sound. Due to abseccess any improvement went backwards. Also noticed when she came into season same thing happened again. Still nursing. I rescued this horse, he was in bad shape.no water , no food He was very skinny.I've had him for 10 mnths. Dont know any of his history. My horse never did develop full blown lamanitis. She got rings on her feet and when she ran the fence line when other horses got loose she absessed three times alternately on each front foot. That is 6 absesses one after the other. What a nightmare. I changed hay from crappy hay to really rich hay and then fed him more grain because he lost weight from the crappy and it was too much for him. The vet changed his diet. No grain 6 to 8 lbs of hay 2x day. keep his hooves clean.he improved 90 pct. This happened a month ago. Prayer also works too She has been seen by two veterinarians, has had 3 different antibiotics, some type of IV treatment, bute both paste and powder, ultrasound of leg and nothing showed, DMSO/leg wrapped, cold packs/leg wrapped, after leg wrapping swelling goes down for a few hours, not lame & leg is not hot. The hay that I had bought was excellent hay but high in glucose. I knew my horse was IS, but feed appropriately. After the laminitis started, I read that some hays were high in glucose, that soaking the hay would remove most of it. I did that for 3 weeks, noticed a difference within 1 Wk. Sold hay. Learned hay was high glucose. Knew horse was IR but didn't suspect hay. Learned that soaking hay would remove most of glucose. Noticed improvement after 1 week. Winter, hay was too heavy after soaking. Sold excellent hay (except for glucose), bought good, year old hay. Horse had lilypads taped onto his front feet that provided pressure on sole and frog to keep coffin bone in place. Kept for 3 weeks in deeply bedded stall. It worked!
HORSE WEIGHT

Laminitic horses
HORSES WHO LOST WEIGHT:

Horses who lost weight

HORSES WHO LOST WEIGHT AND APPEARED TO FEEL BETTER:

Horses whose weight loss made them feel better
WHAT THE HORSE WAS EATING WHEN LAMINITIS DEVELOPED
Grass hay
Alfalfa hay
Pelleted feed
Alfalfa cubes
Beet pulp
Pasture grass
Supplements
Grass hay and grain
Grass hay and pelleted feed

Grass hay and supplements

Alfalfa hay and grain

Alfalfa hay and pelleted feed

Alfalfa hay and supplements

Pasture and grass hay
Pasture and alfalfa hay
Pasture and grain
Pasture and pelleted feed

Pasture and supplements
Hay treated with drying agent
Those who didn't know if hay was treated
KIND OF SUPPLEMENTS FED
Type of supplement
Laminitic horses
calf manna,,daily wormer, sand colic med MSM, Olive Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, mor
HOURS ON PASTURE GRASS

Laminitic horses
TYPE OF GRAIN OR PELLETED FEED

Type of feed
Laminitic horses
RIGHT AFTER LAMINITIS DEVELOPED, HORSES FED:
After laminitis: grass hay
After laminitis: alfalfa hay

After laminitis: grain
After laminitis: pelleted feed
After laminitis: alfalfa cubes
After laminitis: beet pulp
After laminitis: pasture grass
After laminitis: supplements
TYPE OF SUPPLEMENT FED RIGHT AFTER:
Type of feed fed right after laminitis developed
Laminitic horses
inflamasaver. laminasaver, quiessence, c HOURS ON PASTURE RIGHT AFTER LAMINITIS DEVELOPED
Hours on pasture right after laminitis developed
Laminitic
TYPE OF GRAIN OR PELLETED FEED AFTER LAMINITIS
Type of feed fed right after laminitis developed
Laminitic
HORSES FED TREATS:
Horses fed treats
Horses fed carrots as treats
Horses fed apples as treats
Horses fed cookies as treats
Horses fed other treats
TYPE OF HORSE COOKIES FED
Type of horse cookies
Laminitic
HORSES FED PEOPLE FOOD
Horses fed people food
MONTH DEVELOPED
Month laminitis developed
Laminitic horses
YEAR DEVELOPED
Laminitic horses
developed
HORSES QUALITY OF LIFE ONE YEAR LATER
Qualify of life one year later
HORSES QUALITY OF LIFE FIVE YEARS LATER
Qualify of life five years later
Laminitic

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