Boulder, CO, August 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- MyHorse Daily, a new online community featuring daily articles from industry experts, how-to videos, and horse care tips, announces the release of Diagnosing and Treating Equine Lameness: Has your horse got a limp? Determine what’s wrong and help him heal.
Sooner or later, every horse owner is confronted with an animal that will experience lameness. Horse owners will learn how to accurately diagnose lameness in their horse, as simple actions like a head-bob, toe-drag or shortened stride could indicate lameness. The better informed the horse owner is about the nature of their horse’s problem, the more effective any treatment is likely to be.
This new guide from MyHorse Daily also features an easy-to-understand definition of lameness and grade classification to assist in diagnosing lameness, which is adapted from the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ classification, as defined in its Guide to Horse Shows.
MyHorse Daily members may download Diagnosing and Treating Equine Lameness: Has your horse got a limp? Determine what’s wrong and help him heal for free at http://myhorse.com/free-guides/diagnosing-and-treating-equine-lameness-has-your-horse-got-a-limp-help-him-heal/.
About the Equine Network
The Equine Network provides, creates, and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of award-winning magazines: Horse&Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman, and Horse Journal. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, HorseBooksEtc.com. The Equine Network provides trailer insurance services through its recent acquisition of USRider, and is home to several websites including: EquiSearch.com, Equine.com, MyHorseDaily.com, DiscoverHorses.com, AmericanCowboy.com, and Horse-Journal.com.