Veterinarian examining a horse's teeth.
Woman taking Care of a Horse
Veterinarian using hoof testers
Horse's teeth showing how an infection leads to an abscess affecting the horse's mouth and teeth
Senior Horse Dental Health
Post-dentistry care for your horse
Breaking the Strangles Cycle
A bone infection in the vertebrae of her neck caused Star such intense pain that she
Horse Heaves - Horse Nostrils
Examining Your Horse's Hoof. Image titled Identify a Hoof Abscess in Horses Step 1
Take heart. The odds---and biology--are on your side. The vast majority of equine wounds, both major and minor, heal well and relatively quickly.
Coping with Arthritis in Horses
5 Common Equine Eye Injuries
Close up of horse's muzzle and bit.
We had already been through so much with this amazing and resilient horse. He had a bone sequestrum0 removed in 2006 (“Loopy's Long Winter,” Case Report, ...
“A lameness with significant swelling should be seen by a veterinarian as soon as possible,” says Meg Hammond, DVM, of Woodside Equine Clinic in Ashland, ...
Lymphangitis in horses causes the leg to swell
A small wolf tooth set close to the 2nd premolar on the palatal aspect in a
Horse with symptoms of Cushing's Disease
This off-the-track mare was in danger of shipping for slaughter when Front Range Equine Rescue intervened to save her. She was rehabilitated, provided ...
The Modern Equine Vet January 2018
Poulticing a hoof abscess
The Success of Horses Suggests a Key Assumption About Evolution Could Be Wrong
I am so happy that I found Doc's products
Treating Lyme Disease in Horses
Thumbnail for Tiny Packages, Big Problems
10 Early Warning Signs of Laminitis in Horses
Published by the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners, an Equine-Exclusive Division of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association Issue 1 • 2018
Lungworm Infection in Horses
Horse head and neck anatomy
Hickory is now a working ranch horse in the Virginia mountains. photo ©Tom Moates
Things to have in a first aid kit for your horse
On the Case: Foal Foot Bone Sequestrum Infection, Surgery and Recovery with Fraley Equine Podiatry. "
The Equine Practice Inc, 109 Palatal sagittal fracture - end view
Medrego horse tendon and ligament Injuries and 7 ways to treat them Sport Horses Regeneration Stem
Skin Tumors (Equine Sarcoid) in Horses
Equine Arthritis in Horses
Integrative approach to diarrhea in the equine
This is cheek tooth #409 or 408 extracted from a 7 year old Hanovarian mare
Excede for Cattle & Horses
Healing bone and ligament problems
Feeding the laminitic horse
Introducing Jack, a 30 year old Quarter Horse who arrived at Last Stop Horse Rescue on January 6, 2017 with severe lameness. The face of a soul that had ...
Nasal Discharge in Horses
This supplement (now known as Alleviate) has evolved from a consideration of the dangers of administering phenylbutazone (Bute), routinely, to horses ...
During the cross-country phase, event horses gallop over natural terrain, which increases
Equine Metabolic Syndrome: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Top 10 Questions to Ask a Horse's Seller
Researchers Study Plant-Based Treatment for Equine Melanoma
Published by the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners, an Equine-Exclusive Division of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association Issue 4 â€¢ ...
A New Reason To Hate Ticks On Horses: Equine Anaplasmosis
Equine Strangles Starts With A Fever . . . And Then Explodes Into Horror - Expert advice on horse care and horse riding
How do Horses get Strangles?
Equine. Belgian draft horse with a skin condition
Equine Radiography: Positioning Techniques & Tips for Acquiring Good Images
How to Tell a Horse's Age by Its Teeth
ProActive ProBiostatin 2.35 lb. Equine Powder
Integrative Treatment of Equine Endocrine Disease
The filly soon recovered from the sedation and despite all the surgical intervention was bright, well and eating within hours.
Horse Nosebleeds: Causes and Treatments
currently unknown what causes some infected horses to develop the serious neurological forms that may be fatal.
Thanks to antibiotics, we tend to think of urinary tract infections as no big deal. Pop some cipro, and you're done. A good thing, too—if the E. coli that ...
Investigated Equine Alternative Medicine