Jeremy Frederick, DVM

Jeremy Frederick, DVM, is a resident in large animal medicine at the University of Florida. His main areas of interest include equine neurologic diseases and critical care.

Articles by: Jeremy Frederick, DVM

Anhidrosis: Should I Sweat It?

Anhidrosis, or nonsweating, is a poorly understood condition affecting thousands of horses worldwide. Horses are most commonly affected in areas with hot, humid climates, such as in the southeastern United States. Let’s look at the causes of and treatments for this condition.

What Causes Anhidrosis?

Veterinarians and researchers are still trying to deduce the exact

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