Equine Gastric Ulcers: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention

Dull coat? Cinchy? Thin? Your horse might be one of the 50-90% suffering from gastric ulcers. Get your gastric ulcer questions answered during our live Q&A event.
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Equine Gastric Ulcers: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention
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Does your horse have a dull coat? Is he cinchy during saddling? Is he hard to keep weight on? He might be one of the 50-90% of horses suffering from gastric ulcers. Get your gastric ulcer questions answered during our live Q&A event.

Dull coat? Cinchy? Thin? Your horse might be one of the 50-90% suffering from gastric ulcers. Get your gastric ulcer questions answered during our live Q&A event.5/22/2015 13:45

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Frank M. Andrews, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM, is LVMA Equine Committee professor and director of the Equine Health Studies Program at Louisiana State University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. As an internal medicine specialist, Andrews research interests include equine gastric ulcer disease.

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