Por: Imprensa | Em: 27/12/2018
To do so, early care of your animal helps to avoid major expenses in the future, once, when the disease in the hull complicates, it ends up harming the horse’s life causing him to move away from leisure activities. Thus, periodic views on the hoof are important in order to avoid a series of problems.
How do they cause problems in the helmets?
Usually the lack of maintenance or the casqueamento, as previously said, causes something abnormal with the hull to go unnoticed. In addition, the excess of humidity and dirt damages the hooves, as well as the lack of hydration. Therefore, it is worth emphasizing the importance of maintaining a balance avoiding that the Equino is in very humid or dry places. Because dryness causes the hull to lose its flexibility and ability to cushion.
A good tip is to invest in buckets of water and have the animal wet the paw at least once a day, about 15 minutes. This is enough to keep the horses’ hulls hydrated.
Common Problems in Helmets:
Crack: To make the animal walk in irregular regions without the correct use of the horseshoes, causes cracks to appear in the hooves. This is why it prevents it from moving in inappropriate places and also
Thrush: If you do not want your horse’s hoof to rot, prevent it from being exposed in dirty places and damp environments, since the thrush is caused by bacteria that cause a strong odor. So keep your pet on clean floors.
Laminitis: Having a balanced diet and avoid allergic products, helps avoid heating the hull. In more severe cases, laminitis causes the separation of the hull wall from the rest of the foot. So it is good to take care and prevent this disease as soon as the symptoms are not always visible to the naked eye.
Abscesses: These usually result from a bruise on the soft part of the horse’s foot, or from a sting that causes pain in the animal. So when doing daily cleaning it is important to look for signs of this type of wound.
The FACTOR CASCO® is elaborated according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Norms, which are strictly followed by the Fauna & Flora Arenales Veterinary Homeopathic Laboratory, presenting no risk of intoxication for the person who will handle it, nor for the animals that will enter contact with the product.
The CASCO FACTOR has as sucrose vehicle, containing homeopathic medicines derived from vegetables.