Melissa McKee, DVM
Horses can be vulnerable to puncture wounds in the foot given the sheer number general pointy stuff that accumulates in stables, yards and paddocks.
If something doesn't seem quite right about your horse, here are some suggestions on how to perform a basic lameness assessment.
It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it. Melissa McKee, DVM, explains how to clean a sheath and why it’s so important.
Some wounds will bleed very extensively and if an artery is severed, it can squirt out in pulsations or a constant stream. Try not to panic.
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