December 5, 2021

Equine Podiatrists have been available to UK horse owners for over 15 years. They are gaining a reputation for being well educated, thoughtful and dedicated professionals who have a knack for improving horses soundness and well-being.

Demand for EP’s has been building steadily. The pandemic saw a sharp increase in horse owners removing their horse’s shoes, and seeking more knowledge and understanding of their horse’s health and hooves.

The Equine Podiatry approach of educating and supporting horse owners in using the environment to help their horses has proved very popular resulting in a shortage of EP’s across the country

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About the author 

Amy Mitchell

Amy is a qualified Equine Podiatrist with a strong track record in helping owners improve their horses hoof health.

She owns and manages a small track system livery in Nottinghamshire where her own 4 horses also live.

Away from horses, Amy has 2 German Shepherd dogs that she enjoys training and has a weakness for salted caramel ice-cream!

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Integrated Equine Podiatry

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