Pumiced foot

pumiced foot

A condition of the horse's hoof, frequently associated with chronic laminitis, in which the sole is level with or extends beyond the bearing surface of the hoof wall, causing lameness, particularly when the animal moves on hard surfaces; the sole becomes thick and flaky.

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