Re: A few more questions as I sort through things


  I find it a lot easier to check for pulses  below/near the knee instead of near the hoof or fetlock. I usually check when the horse is eating and check the leg that is angled back. Might be easier on my long legged warmbloods than on a haflinger that doesn't need to put a leg as far forward for the mouth to reach the ground.  I also check the temperature of the hoof with the back of my hand. 
   June 2019

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