So if thrush doesn’t always look like typical thrush, how do you know if your horse may have it in one or more of his feet?

So if thrush doesn’t always look like typical thrush, how do you know if your horse may have it in one or more of his feet?

Here are some symptoms that people wouldn’t typically associate with thrush in horses:
  • heel pain
  • small, ratty-appearing frog
  • deep crevice in central sulcus of frog
  • contracted heels
  • toe-first landing
  • resistance to having feet picked up or cleaned



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