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Find out what conditions, beyond lameness, a veterinarian might uncover during a prepurchase exam.
The post Equine Prepurchase Exams: Not Just Looking for Lameness appeared first on The Horse.
Switzerland's internet-based voluntary system is a way for veterinarians to report equine infections, such as influenza and herpesvirus, even if they aren’t required to by law.
The post Switzerland Revives Voluntary Equine Disease Surveillance System appeared first on The Horse.
During the Ride-In AHC members can visit Capitol Hill and meet with their representatives on issues that are of importance to them and the horse industry.
The post AHC to Host Special Fall 2018 Congressional Ride-In appeared first on The Horse.
By paying close attention to when and where it occurs and any additional clinical signs, you can help your veterinarian find the cause of and cure for your horse's cough.
Our nutritionist helps a reader make sense of horse feeds advertised as low-sugar, low-starch, lite, and more.
The post Low-NSC Horse Feeds: What Kind Does My Horse Need? appeared first on The Horse.
Find out how some simple diet changes might help calm your hyperactive horse.
Years ago, vets relied on clinical signs to diagnose PPID. Find out how the disease is diagnosed now.
Officials removed nearly 60 Welsh ponies that were living in filth without access to food or water from a farm near Des Moines on May 17.
These findings help us better understand how and why horses' teeth wear as they do, researchers said.
The post Study: Horses Chew Efficiently, Combat ‘Dust and Grit’ appeared first on The Horse.
Once the biomarkers identified in this study are confirmed through more tests and larger samples, scientists might be able to develop treatments to prevent chronic pain, researchers said.
The post Biomarkers: The Future of Equine Pain Diagnosis and Prevention? appeared first on The Horse.
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