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I am new to horses and was just reading about Tequilla being floundered. Who exacly ...
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    Question Floundering????????????

    I am new to horses and was just reading about Tequilla being floundered. Who exacly does a horse flounder? I mean is it something that humans do to them or give them? Anyone that can help would be appreciated greatly. It sounds like it is very painful and I want to keep it from happening to my horse Anne. Thank you.

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    I'm assuming that you are not talking about fish.

    Foundering is a hoof problem that can be caused by many different things. You should talk to your vet after having him x-rayed. Your situation is unique as is your horse. The prognosis will be different for different horses. wink

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    I'm assuming that you are not talking about fish.


    I am sure Bandit or Candy will reply to this one to give you the science bit of it all.
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    Will go and find my last post on Laminitis and bump it up for you. Look in Health Section in a minute.

    If you want anymore Info, I can send it you via e amil.Printable stuff or visist the clinic I work for web site (send me a pm and I will send you my e mail

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    Burn

    Look at Surviving Laminities in Horse Health, I have added a bit about Foundering, there is no L LOL

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    LOL that is SO funny...that is what my step Mom used to say...

    What is Rocky flounders?

    Im sorry...Im not laughing at you, that is just too cute! applaud
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    ST LOl

    And No offence to the post starter - glad you asked what Foundering was

    Quoting from dictionary

    Flounder:

    move clumisily,as in mud become confussed when trying to do something.

    ALSO

    Flounder

    small Flat Fish

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    Small flat fish!??? THAT IS SO FUNNY!
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    I never knew that either ROFLMAO,

    eh, this aint just a horse forum, it's a minefield of information. (she says frying her flounder for tea LOL)

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    If a horse flounders, does that mean he is fishing, or flopping around in the mud? And, if he is fishing, what do you call it when he catches nothing? I wonder how they reel it in? wink
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