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The ACVIM published a new consensus statement on treating, controlling, and preventing strangles in horses.
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Foals' initial expressions of their developing personalities are clear signs of the horse’s adult personality--and even learning capacity-to come, researchers found.
The post Can We Predict Foals’ Future Personalities? It’s Possible appeared first on The Horse.
One full-size horse and 23 Miniature Horses allegedly have overgrown hooves, need dental work, and have poor body condition scores.
The post Washington Officials Seize Thurston County Horse Herd appeared first on The Horse.
In 2018 Merck and the AAEP Foundation will award five $5,000 scholarships to second- and third-year veterinary students dedicated to careers in equine practice.
The post Merck, AAEP Foundation Partner to Award $25,000 in Scholarships appeared first on The Horse.
Dr. Amanda Adams explains the difference between equine metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance.
The earlier you can detect endocrine conditions such as PPID and EMS, the better chance you have of preventing associated laminitis in affected horses.
The affected horse was moved into an isolation barn on the index property, which has been placed under quarantine.
The post Union County, New Jersey, Horse Diagnosed With EHM appeared first on The Horse.
The affected horse began showing neurologic signs on Sunday, March 11, while competing at a barrel racing event at the Cam-Plex, in Gillette
Research topics include laminitis, EHV-1, racehorse injury prevention, recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis, respiratory health, and more.
The post Grayson-Jockey Club Approves $1.2 Million for Equine Research appeared first on The Horse.
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