This high quality, full color, portable teaching tool is invaluable aid in educating your clients on the basics of the distal limb and hoof which in turn inspires trust and confidence in your ability to help their beloved horse.
Demonstrating and sharing knowledge is vital to the health and longevity of your business and having this handy resource at your fingertips will help you achieve this goal.
Featuring careful dissections and crystal clear photography, along with a high level of attention to detail in the design, this Guide provides a level of professionalism that far surpasses the norm.
Printed on 130-lb, glossy card stock with a full-color front and back, this Guide is both rigid and durable. The spiral binding makes for ease of use and portability.
Available in both English and German.
Featuring 10 Stunning Dissection Series:
Distal Limb – Updated!
Here the distal limb has been dissected to showt aspects of the hoof.
Equine Internal Sole
Here the sole has been removed to show both the sole corium and live sole.
Particularly useful to explain the importance of developing a healthy sole and the sole’s role in protecting the bottom of the hoof from stone bruises.
Healthy Equine Frog
The healthy frog is vital to the function of the hoof.
These dissections show both external and internal views of the frog and frog stay, which clearly illustrate how robust a healthy frog is.
Central Sulcus Thrush
In comparison, these dissections show a thrush-ridden frog and frog stay, which clearly illustrates how devastating thrush can be.
Particularly useful in educating owners about the importance of frog management and how a seemingly small central sulcus crack can hide the true destruction of the frog stay.
Equine Sensitive Laminae
Here the hoof capsule has been dissected. The hoof wall has been removed to reveal the stunning beauty of the sensitive lamina underneath.
This dissection Illustrates the relationship of the hoof wall and laminae.
Particularly useful when discussing Laminitis and the importance of the hoof wall and bone connection.
Anatomy dissection of a “healthy” hoof compared to a rotated hoof depicting how the structures get displaced with severe laminitis. Includes xrays of both hooves.
Very useful to drive home the impact laminitis has on the equine hoof.
Equine Digital Cushion
This dissection series exposes the internal aspect of the back of the foot. It clearly illustrates the location and expanse of the digital cushion as well as the other main structures, such as the lateral cartilage.
Particularly useful in educating clients about the importance of the back of the foot and the shock absorbing qualities of a healthy digital cushion.
Equine Digital Pulse
This dissection shows the anatomy of the lower leg and pinpoints the location of the veins, arteries and nerves. The dissections, paired with live horse legs, provide clear, simple instruction to aid in locating the digital pulse.
This is ‘must have’ knowledge for all clients who have horses with laminitis. Monitoring the digital pulses helps effectively manage the laminitic horse to help prevent the devastating effects of founder.