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hooves

(ho͝ovz, ho͞ovz)
n.
A plural of hoof.
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The front leg hooves had a rotten smell and some wetness between the claws.
Like a lot of other goat keepers, I prefer to use my bare hands, but I do keep povidone iodine handy in case I cut myself (or accidentally cut a hoof too deep and cause it to bleed), and I wash my hands immediately after trimming hooves.
Both horses also had laminitis, a very painful and chronic condition which affects the hooves.
FRIENDS OUR AT DUDLEY CREATURE FEATURES BRING LATEST Ungulates section leader, Jay Haywood, said: "We constantly monitor the hooves of our animals as part of our regular health checks so that they don't get overgrown.
Doug Butler is a farrier who draws upon his more than fifty years of experience and expertise in equine hoof care - including the trimming and balancing of horses' hooves and the placing of shoes on their hooves when necessary.
CRITICALLY acclaimed Beth Jeans Houghton and the Hooves Of Destiny are riding in to Calderdale later this month.
The animals showing gross lesions involving hooves and/or lameness were selected for complete clinical examination.
A PENSIONER who neglected her pony's hooves so much it had to be put down was told yesterday she could face jail.
A MAN has been banned from keeping donkeys for five years after a court heard how RSPCA inspectors found two animals whose hooves were so long they could not walk properly.
There are many companies that supply products for horse hooves, because the hoof is essentially the foundation of the horse; it is the basis from which many other health concerns stem.
CURATORS at an English Heritage site in Yorkshire were recently surprised by the delivery of a pair of mummified horse's hooves to add to their racing collection, including the Doncaster Cup, which Rataplan won in 1855.