Kathy wrote at 2015-01-14 21:08:05
I have a pony that foundered about 2 years ago and now he goes lame whenever there's a change from warm to cold with the weather. My farrier has checked him and it's not founder. He claims that it's similar to gout and something is happening in his joints because he has foundered in the past. I give him Bute until he improves and he's ok until the weather changes again. My vet has not heard of this gouty arthritis which my farrier claims is happening. So I wonder if anyone else has experienced this in a horse or pony before.


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Lyn Kamer, C.E.S.M.T.


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