[ spˈavɪn], [ spˈavɪn], [ s_p_ˈa_v_ɪ_n]
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How to use "Spavin" in context?
Spavin is a common ground based health condition in horses. Horses with spavin tend to walk on their heels and have difficulty walking on their normal hooves. Spavin can be caused by a number of factors, including poor shoeing, poor trimming and clipping of the horses' hair, and poor diet.
Treatment for spavin generally involves shoeing the horse appropriately and providing a good diet. If the horse is uncomfortable or exhibit signs of lameness, such as reluctance to walk, the horse may require surgery to remove the offending hoof.
Homophones for Spavin:
- sha'ban, saxophone, saucepan, sea fan, subhuman, sea pen, sesbania, Shaaban, savin, supine, savannah, span, sibine, spoon, sabayon, spam, shaven, sixpenny, ship money, spiny, sabine, sabinea, Sieva Bean, siphon, spawn, Soja Bean, syphon, spume, soupfin, sousaphone, submenu, sabin, subpoena, sebum, seven, shove-ha'penny, soya bean, squash vine, saponin, sowbane, soup-fin, spain, savanna, spumy, sheep pen, spinney, sivan, sheepman, shavian, spin, sabahan, spine, soybean, Swiss Pine, saipan, sisyphean, shebeen, sphenion.
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