Animal Healing Conference Veterinary Hospital, First Aid for Horses, Founder / Laminitis
Home Storefront Client Services Wellness Adoption Feed Back Contact us Map
We love Animals!
animalhealingconference.com

* PET ALERTS *

Essential Oils FAQ's

OUR SERVICES
Bed and Breakfast
Grooming Parlor
 • General
 • Cats
 • Dogs
 • Horses
Wellness Programs
 • General
 • Cats
 • Dogs
 • Kittens
 • Puppies
Adoption Program
Love at First Sight
 • General
 • Cats
 • Dogs
 • Kittens
 • Puppies
 • Horses
VetTalk
 • General
 • Cats
 • Dogs
 • Farm Animals
 • Horses
 • Other Pets
First Aid
 • General
 • Cats
 • Dogs
 • Farm Animals
 • Horses
 • Llamas
First Aid for Horses

FOUNDER / LAMINITIS

This is usually seen as a sudden severe inflammation of the feet, usually the forefeet. Many conditions may lead to founder:

•   overeating grain
•   drinking too much cold water after being worked
•   overeating grass
•   colic
•   high fevers
•   retained placenta's

A foundering horse will show a stiffness or reluctance to move and may stand with the rear feet "camped under." The hooves may feel hot.

•  Call your veterinarian immediately.

Founder must be treated promptly and correctly to prevent serious, permanent damage to the feet.
| Home | Previous Page | Contact Us |


animalhealingconference.com©2000-2001. All Rights Reserved.
Created by SofTouch Web Design
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer