The joint is one of the most discussed parts of the equine anatomy. Efforts to keep joints healthy, sound and functioning are at the forefront of the care and management of every horse.
There are many different ways to provide joint support. Often, the type of support chosen depends on whether the purpose is for prevention, maintenance or to support an existing joint health problem, and whether the problem is acute or chronic in nature. Offering early joint support is usually with the goal of preventing or delaying the development of joint health concerns.
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