For those of you that missed the September meeting, you missed out on some fun! We all put our thinking caps on and answered some interesting questions on our “Horse Sense” quiz. Although some of the questions were pretty wild, … Continue reading →
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Your old horse's rations might not need to change just because he's got a few more gray hairs around his eyes. Still, owners should consider some key points when feeding their seniors. The post Feeding the Healthy Senior Horse appeared first on The Horse.
International Animal Health is proud to introduce the first products proven to decrease the re-infestation of roundworm larvae. The post BioWorma® is Now Available in the USA appeared first on The Horse.
Aside from footing, a number of factors could be contributing to catastrophic injuries. What would it take to definitively pinpoint a cause? Dr. Peta Lee Hitchens, who has an interest in the epidemiology of racehorse breakdowns, explains. The post Santa Anita Racehorse Breakdowns: Thinking Beyond the Track Surface appeared first on The Horse.
Bisphosphonates are FDA-approved for controlling clinical signs associated with navicular syndrome in horses ages 4 and older. Some veterinarians use them off-label to treat other equine bone issues. But could this off-label use be detrimental? One equine veterinarian recently gave a rundown on what research says. The post Off-Label Bisphosphonate Use in Racehorses appeared first […]
A veterinarian with equine podiatry expertise explains frog exfoliation and what you should do if it happens to your horse. The post Why is the Frog of My Horse’s Foot Falling Off? appeared first on The Horse.