Rebecca Shaw Dressage | 11 Questions | 33 Answers

Ask Vetbiobank Equine : Hi, how would I know if my horse has any issues with his legs ? and possibly laminitis but without putting him under stress since he's very nervy and stressed

Ask Vetbiobank Equine : Hi, how would I know if my horse has any issues with his legs ? and possibly laminitis but without putting him under stress since he's very nervy and stressed
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DearRebecca,

we feel sorry if your horse fell bad and we hope it won't be too severe.
However we don't have the competencies to answer you correctly. Vetbiobank is a biotech lab specialized in developping and producing stem cells from umbilical cord. You can discover our activities on www.vetbiobank.com.
Stem cells have been used in equine laminitis condition with some success, although it is not today widely recongnized.
http://www.thehorse.com/articles/28263/laminitis-treatment-with-stem-cells

Hoping that this could help you.
Sincerely yours
Vetbiobank Equine team
@agilequines I'm the only ones that look after them and I've known them since they've arrived but there owners stopped caring about them so our local spca have been keeping an eye on them but there just getting worse and I'm getting really worried about Fergus he's keeping himself in the corner of the field and not responding when I call on him all I get it an ear twitch and nothing more, has always held low
consult a vet
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