The investigators conducted a clinical examination comprising general examination and specific examination of the musculoskeletal system at inclusion, on day 0 and at the end of treatment (day 5). These examinations included feed intake, general behaviour, posture, lameness and pain on manipulation assessments and rectal temperature measurement. In addition, at the end of the treatment, the investigator evaluated the overall efficacy and palatability of the treatment. Diseases of the limbs, especially soft tissue injuries (contusions) and joint disorders (sprains and luxations) of less than 2 weeks duration were the most frequently diagnosed.
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