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Laminitis – Help and hope for horses and their owners

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One million times a year veterinarians are called to homes and barns across the USA because a horse has foundered. We do not need to read the science to know this is one of the most painful experiences a horse can endure. Our worlds are turned upside down! What can we do to make them better? And we are told, this could be a very long road.

At ThinLine we asked, what can we do to ensure horse Laminitis does not even have a chance to begin? We surveyed our horse friends and fans. Everyone is aware; the addition of a grazing muzzle during times of the year when the grass is “hot”. If our horses shift from hard work to rest on the pasture, or they have become a bit “rotund”, the grazing muzzle can ensure our horses will not need to suffer this tragic experience.

So why don’t we do it? Why don’t we just use this simple prophylactic measure? The answer was simple, horses so severely dislike the muzzles we use. The old fashioned muzzles are like putting horses’ mouths into a cage. And we all know, horses use their mouths to play and to communicate and to care for each other. We don’t think it is really the annoyance of the grass reduction that makes them run away from the hot, heavy cumbersome devices.

So we set out to change that. After several years of work, we developed a muzzle which is more like wearing a glove than a muzzle. Horses are able to play and live in the herd while staying safe from laminitis or any of the insulin diseases which often lead to founder.

We hope you will help us to share the news. Hot grass? Use a grazing muzzle for a few weeks. Chubby pony? Grazing muzzle. Ours or another company, we don’t care, we just want the 1 million horses a year who suffer this terrible condition to be reduced to zero.

ThinLine Hoof Pads: This simple product can greatly reduce the severe hoof pain. Simply duct tape a set to the bottom of your horses’ hooves or place in a hoof boot.

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  1. Marge Tweed August 2, 2020 Reply

    I was wondering where to get the halter that goes along with the muzzle and also how the zip ties actually breakaway or is the halter the way it would actually break away. It looks lovely as I have tried all other models out and horses got depressed anxiously awaiting your reply. I would order two. Pony and cob.

  2. ELIZABETH MURRAY April 7, 2021 Reply

    I purchased 4 and after about a week the ponies are nibbling away And have moved out of the corner and into the field!!! Have tried dry lots and basket muzzles and these seem to let them graze all day without getting too much grass!!!! All of these ponies have had laminitis and some have foundered and this still gives them a chance to be in a herd naturally!!!!! Love this product

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