Infographic: Biologics for Treating and Managing Equine Joints

Biologics offer an alternative to steroid joint injections for horses with osteoarthritis. Learn how they are derived and work in our veterinarian-approved visual guide. Sponsored by Zoetis.
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All athletic horses are at risk of developing joint disease from wear and tear. Veterinarians often recommend injectable products to manage osteoarthritis—the most common cause of equine lameness, ranging from joint inflammation to articular cartilage degradation and bony changes—and joint injury/pain. In our visual guide, learn about biologics, which now offer an alternative to steroid joint injections.

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