68 Results

My Observations - 68 Results

Abrasion or Scrape on Lower Limb or Leg
Accident, Hoof or Limb Trapped, Generally
Bleeding from Lower Limb or Leg
Bleeding from Pastern or Foot Area
Bump or Swelling around Coronet or Pastern
Can't Seem to Move or Bend Hind Limb, Locked
Chestnut, Wound or Changing in Appearance
Clicking or Snapping of Hind Limbs at Walk
Cracking, Popping or Crunching when Limb Moved
Crooked Leg, Poor Limb Conformation (in Adult)
Drainage from Coronet above Hoof Wall
Drainage from Heel or Pastern Area
Drainage from Site on Lower Limb or Leg
Fetlock Sagging Low, Hyper-Extending (in Adult)
Foal or Newborn, Fetlock(s) Excessively Upright or Rolling Forward, Cocked Ankles
Frozen Ears, Tail or Limbs
Hair Loss, Crusts or Scabs on Front of Hind Cannon
Hard Bump on Inside of Lower Hock
Healing Leg Wound, Sudden Increase in Swelling, Drainage or Lameness
Hind Hoof Swings Outward at Walk or Trot
Hind Hooves, Toes Worn Off or Toe Dragging
Hind Limb Bows Outward at Hock When Walking
Hindquarters Seem to Fall Away or Collapse while Ridden
Hoof-Limb Contact, Foot Interfering or Overreaching
Knuckling Over or Rolling Over on a Fetlock
Lameness, Chronic Front Limb
Lameness, Chronic Hind Limb
Lameness, Generally
Lameness, Recent Hind Limb
Lameness, Severe, Cannot Support Weight on Limb
Lameness, Sudden Onset Under Saddle
Limb appears Obviously Fractured or Broken
Limb or Joint Seems to have Excessive Range of Motion
Limb or Joint Seems to have Reduced Range of Motion
Lump, Bump, Growth on Leg
Newborn Foal, Fetlocks Sagging Excessively
Pain Response to Pressure on Flexor Tendons or Suspensory Ligament
Pigeon-Toed
Pointing, Placing One Limb Forward when Standing
Pop or Clunk Sound when Bearing Weight on Hind Limb or Walking
Porcupine Quills in Skin
Proud Flesh, Healing Wound Developed Raised Red Tissue
Puncture Wound, Anywhere on Body
Resists Raising, Lifting, or Bending a Limb
Resting One Hind Limb, One Limb Cocked
Rope Burn on Pastern or Lower Limb or Leg
Single Lump or Swelling on Lower Limb or Leg
Skin Feels Warm or Hot, Heat in a Local Area
Soiling of Hind Limbs or Cannons
Sores, Crusts or Scabs on Hock
Sores, Crusts, Growths or Scabs on Lower Limb(s)
Sores, Crusts, Scabs or Peeling of White-Haired, Pink Skinned Areas
Swelling of Joint or Tendon Sheath in Lower Leg
Swelling of Multiple Joints
Swelling of Multiple Lower Limbs or Legs
Swelling of One Lower Limb or Leg
Swelling on Back of Lower Limb, Flexor Tendon Area
Swollen Fetlock (Ankle)
Toe of Hoof Raises Off Ground when Weight Bearing
Toe Out, Lower Front Limb Conformation
Will Not Stand for Farrier, Will Not Hold Leg Up for Long
Wound is Very Slow Healing or Not Healing
Wound to Back of Lower Limb or Leg
Wound to Coronary Band, Hairline of Hoof
Wound to Front of Lower Limb or Leg
Wound to Lower Limb or Leg, Generally
Wound, Open Sore Caused by Pressure from Bandage or Cast
Wound, Sore, Crust or Scab on Front of Fetlock