Harley's Bad Front Feet

Harley got laminitis five years ago. He mostly recovered from that episode and I was was able to ride. I subsequently discovered he had sustained a severe rotation of the coffin bone in both front feet. We went through various corrective shoeing and casting methods. Although it seemed to help for a little while, he eventually went downhill again. We decided to pull the shoes and discovered he had severe white line disease.

I made the decision of to keep the shoes off and found the perfect boot and a new trimmer. Today, Harley's life is much healthier: the Easyboot Rx therapy boots are wonderful. 

Name: Dolores Quick
City: Cookeville, Tennessee, USA
Equine Discipline: Pleasure Riding
Favorite Boot: Easyboot Rx


 


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