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by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Apr 3, 2012
Using cooled-shipped semen to breed mares is a common practice, but not all spermatozoa tolerate cooling well.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Mar 31, 2012
Fluphenazine, a human antipsychotic drug, has drawbacks that often preclude its use in horses.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Mar 30, 2012
Delayed wound closure involves suturing wounds four to five days after injury.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Mar 29, 2012
Researchers recently assessed the feasibility of functional electrical stimulation in roarers.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Mar 28, 2012
Equine wounds need to be managed carefully to prevent the development of exuberant granulation tissue.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Mar 27, 2012
Researchers are testing a ‘cancer vaccine’ to determine if it might be a viable equine treatment option.
by Erica Larson | Mar 26, 2012
A horse in respiratory distress or displaying other signs of airway ailments warrants a call to a veterinarian
by Erica Larson | Mar 25, 2012
Studies in human medicine are yielding promising results to support aucpuncture use in equine reproduction.
Researchers find large intestinal thickening could indicate multiple diseases in addition to colic.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Mar 22, 2012
Vets examined upper airway obstruction in horses being ridden and when displaying “normal” head carriage.
by The Horse Staff | Mar 20, 2012
A new FDA-approved Pergolide product offers options in the management of clinical signs associated with pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID), also known as equine Cushing’s disease.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Mar 20, 2012
The new test correlated well with the conventional insulin-sensitivity test and it was repeatable.