It’s time for a get together at in-person general meeting. We will be holding our meeting on the picnic benches at the Lions Club in San Martin, and it will be an ice cream social! The theme for this month’s … Continue reading →
Using sensors, scientists found hoof breakover lasts a shorter amount of time in certain gaits when the horse has wedges, rolled-toe shoes, or palmarly placed shoes compared to normal shoes. The post Wedges, Rounded Toes, and Backward Shoes Ease Hoof Breakover appeared first on The Horse.
Use this visual guide to learn about the technologies your veterinarian might use to look inside your horse and why. Sponsored by Asto CT. The post Equine Diagnostic Imaging: Know Your Options appeared first on The Horse.
Dechra Veterinary Products is pleased to announce the acquisition of the veterinary marketing and distribution rights to the ProVet APC™ (Autologous Platelet Concentrate) and ProVet BMC™ (Bone Marrow Concentrate) systems from Hassinger Biomedical. The post Dechra Acquires Exclusive License from Hassinger Biomedical for Equine ProVet APC™ appeared first on The Horse.
Survey: Veterinarians in the United Kingdom are more likely to follow competition rather than manufacturer influenza vaccination guidelines, potentially leaving horses with vaccination gaps. The post U.K. Horses Possibly Underprotected Against Influenza appeared first on The Horse.
Getting to the root of podotrochlosis, one of the most common causes of lameness, is an ongoing process. Read about risk factors for the disease and how veterinarians diagnose it in the September 2021 issue of The Horse. The post A Fresh Look at the Causes of Navicular Disease appeared first on The Horse.