An Equine Podiatrist is a specialist in the anatomy and physiology of the equine foot. As we believe in a holistic/whole horse approach to hoof health, Equine Podiatrists also look at the bigger picture of diet, environment, management, medical history, work load and other factors that could play a part.
Both my trim, trim schedule and recommendations are tailored to your horse and I keep detailed notes of every trim, as well as photographs to track hoof progress.
I can support with transitioning your horse to barefoot, hoof rehabilitation, cracks, poor horn quality, slow hoof growth, seedy toe, thrush, navicular related problems, abscesses, underrun heels, laminitis and other issues and questions you may face.
Another area close to my heart is offering sympathetic hoof handling for all horses; special care and adjustments for elderly or arthritic horses or horses that have physical restriction due to a present or past injury, as well as young, minimally handled or foot-shy/nervous horses, ponies and donkeys.
So much more than just a trim!