Massage can promote relaxation, support your horse’s muscles, and improve his performance. From deep-tissue massage to myofascial release and acupressure points, get your questions answered during our live event. Sponsored by Kentucky Performance Products.
Jun 9, 2021
Researchers recently confirmed that a new drug test can detect the bisphosphonate tiludronate disodium (Tildren) in horses up to three years after they received the medication.
Jun 7, 2021
Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID, or equine Cushing’s disease) is caused by an enlargement of the pituitary gland’s middle lobe (the pars intermedia), which results in an overproduction of hormones that regulate bodily functions. Learn more about this disease in our slideshow.
Jun 4, 2021
Do you know what to do–and just as importantly, what not to do–if your horse displays vague, mild, or serious signs of what might be colic? Your answer could save your horse’s life. Sponsored by Kentucky Performance Products.
Jun 3, 2021
Learn how veterinarians diagnosed and managed six real-life equine Cushing’s cases that strayed from the classic scenarios.
Jun 2, 2021
It still isn’t clear how PPID leads to insulin issues and subsequent laminitis. But vets and researchers do know that, regardless of how PPID horses develop insulin dysregulation, having both conditions leads to a poorer prognosis than having either alone.
In This Month's Issue
Why Do Horses Buck?
Nine physical and behavioral reasons your horse might be kicking up his heels.
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
- Handle With Care: Management Considerations for the Aging Arthritic Horse
- Understanding Equine Strangles
- Equine GI Tract Function
- 5 Steps for Equine Weight Loss
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