Chris White, DVM

Chris White, DVM, was raised in central Maine and competed in barrel racing his entire childhood. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Atlantic Veterinary College, in Prince Edward Island, Canada. His interests include performance horse medicine, ophthalmology, and dental care. He has practiced in Upstate New York, New England, and Atlantic Canada.

Articles by: Chris White, DVM

New Research Sheds Light on Tendon Injuries in Old Horses

Senior Horses: Handle With Care

Equine osteoarthritis often develops subtly and is a common result of aging. Learn how a horse’s joints inevitably wear with age and how to keep him comfortable.

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Common Sense Biosecurity

Biosecurity for Show Horses

Horse shows and events can act as petri dishes for infectious agents. Learn about the common pathogens horses encounter and how to protect your horse from them.

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What is a ‘Serviceably Sound’ Horse?

Being ‘serviceably sound’ is important for any horse to do his job comfortably. Learn more about the concept of the serviceably sound horse and what it means to professionals across the equine industry.

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Hot Topics in Hoof Care

The Value of Hoof Radiographs

A veterinarian explains why hoof radiographs are important, how to use them, and what role they play in helping your horse feel and move better.

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Mending Equine Tendons and Ligaments

Horse Hind-Limb Enigmas

While forelimb lamenesses are fairly common, hind-limb issues can be less obvious and even underdiagnosed. Learn about the common causes of lameness in the hind end and how to diagnose and treat them.

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