Bamroc - ongoing rehab

Arrived September 2021 - shod (fronts) to barefoot, EMS and a history of Laminitis (Retirement)

Bamroc's arrival in September:

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First Hoof Update - September 2021:

Bamroc has his first trim quite soon after his arrival in September. We can see he has some thrush, slightly contracted heels and some separation at the toe from a bout of Laminitis he had earlier on in the year. 

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EMS Update - March 2022:

We didn't think to take a photo of Bamroc's face when he first arrived but after being with us for a few months now, we have noticed a huge difference. If you look closely, you can see in the top left image Bamroc had some fat pads sitting just above his eyes. The other 3 photos are very recent - again, not the best photos but you can see he's lost the fat that once sat there. 

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Second Hoof Update - May 2022:

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Third Hoof Update - August 2022:

In comparison to the photos taken on arrival in September 2021, you can now see there is no longer any laminitic stretch and his heels and hoof in general have widened. You can also see his hoof has continued to grow at the correct angle and his heels have lowered. He no longer has any signs of Laminitis in his feet. 

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