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- Base pad for stacking
- Same on both sides
- Visible hoof Impression
- Unstable horse
- Nervous horse

SURE FOOT Hard Pad

- One Surface (Colored Side)
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- Typically placed heel high
- Front or Rear hooves
- Retains angle
- Change joint angles

SURE FOOT Hard Slants

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- Two working surfacings | Diffuse (green top) / Direct
- General intro to program
- Calm horse

SURE FOOT Firm pad

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- Softer than Hard Slants
- One Surface (Colored Side)
- Same material as Firm Pads
- Change joint angles

SURE FOOT Firm Slants

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- Two working surfacings | Diffuse (purple top) / Direct
- Stackable
- Springy

SURE FOOT Medium pad

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- Two working surfacings | Diffuse (blue top) / Direct
- Laminitic horses
- Thin soled
- Sore feet
- Most comfort

SURE FOOT Soft Pad

 

Mark Reilly, DVM Using SURE FOOT in Equine Veterinary Practice

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Category
Webinar
Date
Thursday, June 11, 2020 18:00

Dr. Reilly's has spent the past 20 years working on competitive horses of all disciplines. His professional interests are pre-purchase evaluations, lameness/poor performance issues (feet/shoeing, cardiac issues, joint injuries, airway endoscopy, IRAP, Stem Cell, PRP), reproduction (artificial insemination—fresh cooled and frozen semen, reproductive tract evaluations, and pregnancy/pre-natal issues), LASER surgery, respiratory disease, diagnostic imaging (x-rays, gastroscopy, ultrasonography, MRI), preventative health care, and internal medicine. He has been president of the Cape Cod Veterinary Medical Association, as well as chairman of the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association Large Animal Committee. In addition, Dr. Reilly served many years on the AAEP Membership Development Committee.

 

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