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Problems with shoeing - how to deal with them

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Problems with shoeing - how to deal with them

Problems with shoeing are most commonly due to horses not being willing to pick up their feet or having them handled, rather than being due to the shoeing itself. These horses are also unlikely to pick up their feet for their owners for daily hoof care, this risks these horses developing problems with their feet.

A horse that has been trained to be shod calmly and quietly means a happy horse and happy farrier!

Why does my horse need shoeing?

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Why do problems with shoeing occur?

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How can I deal with these problems?

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