Hello members. I would like to start by extending a big thank you to Dr. Angel Fletcher. She was kind enough to conduct an “ask a vet” group discussion at our September meeting. I think all will agree it was … Continue reading →
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Horses residing on a premises in Kinney County, Texas, tested positive for vesicular stomatitis on June 21, the Texas Animal Health Commission reported June 24. The post Vesicular Stomatitis Diagnosed in Kinney County, Texas, Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Choosing from plain white salt blocks, red mineralized blocks, rock salt on ropes, and more can be challenging. Our nutritionist offers advice on the best way to supplement salt in your horse's diet. The post Choosing Salt and Mineral Blocks for Horses appeared first on The Horse.
Australian researchers recently tested whether velagliflozin could help prevent laminitis in horses, and they say it’s showing promising results in early trials. The post Can a Drug Prevent Laminitis in Horses? appeared first on The Horse.
Scientists recently tested a noninvasive, wireless, wearable device that allows veterinarians to monitor heart function, sounds and murmurs, and more while the horse remains free to move around his normal surroundings. The post New Way to Evaluate Horse Heart Function appeared first on The Horse.
Researchers believes horse bits date back at least several hundred years before any bits uncovered in archaeological digs. Here's why. The post How Long Have Horse Bits Been Around? appeared first on The Horse.