Below are some pictures of our clients finished hooves.  


Ken got new blue Ground Control Horseshoes as he was tender footed and needed traction on rock roads and pavement for riding. 






This young horse had White Line disease and had to have debriding of the hoof to remove necrotic tissue and infection. In 6 months he had a whole new hoof. 



A foundered horse before, above and below, after the trim. He bleed out from a huge abcess on the right front. Sterile cotton, ichthamol and duct tape fixed him up and he walked for the first time in awhile.

Above was a Tennessee Walker after the trim.  The heel was way too long and the toe too short. The back feet also had horrible flares which were removed in the shaping process. 



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