"I call horses 'divine mirrors' - they reflect back the emotions you put in. If you put in love and respect and kindness and curiosity, the horse will return that."
An immunotherapeutics approach could represent a new generation in therapies for treating chronic immune diseases and could mean new treatment options are on the horizon for horses suffering from IBH.
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SmartPak is proud to introduce its updated line of supplements now known as Smart & Simple™.
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Learn how smart trimming and shoeing techniques can help arthritic horses.
Caring for the older horse can require special attention to his needs. Download this free guide to find out what health issues to watch for and how to keep your senior horse happy and healthy. Sponsored by Back on Track.
Are horses that develop sepsis-related, supporting-limb, or idiopathic laminitis at a higher risk of developing endocrinopathic laminitis down the road?
When it comes to getting necessary medications into horses' mouths, even the shortest pony can turn into an equine version of a giraffe. Here are tips to make medicating easier. Sponsored by Uniprim.
Survey respondents said a geriatric horse's ability to lead a comfortable life ranked highest in their veterinary care decisions, and many owners said they’d made numerous accommodations for their animals' needs.
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The affected horse underwent testing to satisfy a pre-entry requirement for a particular premises. Initial reports indicate the horse has traveled extensively within Saskatchewan for training and competition.
The BLM will gather 250 horses from the Deer Spring area in Nevada's Antelope Valley Herd Management Area because there is not enough water to support all the horses residing in the area.
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As demand grows stateside, Vitafloor recently added sales talent in key equestrian markets to better address the growing demand for equine performance and wellness therapies.
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|Did you know that Humane Society Silicon Valley (HSSV) also has a Working Cat Adoption Program?, Our Marilyn & Fred Anderson Community Cat Garden houses cats that love the great outdoors and are willing to work for food. In exchange for food and board, they keep the rodents away! All working cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Learn more about adopting working cats at http://www.hssv.org/what-we-do/adopt/adoptable-pets/. Learn more about HSSV. Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/humanesocietysv. Visit our website http://www.hssv.org. Contact us at 408-262-2133, , , , AD ID: 193998, Milpitas, CA, Submitted On: 04/09|