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  1. #1
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    Default Kijiji Ad - club foot can be cured!

    Had to share this one....

    wally is a beautiful 15-18 year old brown and white pinto gelding, he is broke to ride, as gentle as they come, loves children anyone can ride him. i bought him 2 months ago, he got diagnosed with club foot and it can be cured and he can be ridden but i would like a horse i can ride right now, he would be a great companion horse till his foot is back to normal where i got him from they thought he had ring bone and was starting his treatment with ring bone but it was the wrong treatment. i hate to see him go, he is an amazing horse!
    NO MEAT BUYERS!

    if you would like more information and to come meet him just e-mail me thanks so much


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  2. #2
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    I don't get what she's complaining about...from the looks of it she hasn't been letting that "curable" club foot stop her from riding anyway.



  3. #3
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    Well if the club foot is really just a high heel from the horse favouring that leg, and not truely a club, and if it was caught in time, it may be fixable.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CHT View Post
    Well if the club foot is really just a high heel from the horse favouring that leg, and not truely a club, and if it was caught in time, it may be fixable.
    Caught in time? The horse is 15-18 years old. Whether he has club foot or high heel it likely has been going on a long time. It isn't like he is young. You do have to wonder about how club foot could be mistaken for ringbone. Hopefully the vet wasn't the one that made that mistake.
    Oh, well, clearly you're not thoroughly indoctrinated to COTH yet, because finger pointing and drawing conclusions are the cornerstones of this great online community. (Tidy Rabbit)



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    If J-Lo says it is curable, it's curable!



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