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by Stephanie L. Church, Editorial Director | Apr 27, 2021
Researchers studied these rare mineral concretions, how to best detect them, and commonly found concurrent conditions in affected horses.
by Heather Smith Thomas | Jan 25, 2021
Does alfalfa cause kidney or respiratory problems or make horses hyper? Specialists shed light on these myths and more.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Apr 22, 2019
Many other conditions besides colic can cause coliclike signs. And as with colic, delayed treatment or misdiagnosis can have serious consequences. Here’s what you need to know.
by Erica Larson | Mar 20, 2019
Your old horse’s rations might not need to change just because he’s got a few more gray hairs around his eyes. Still, owners should consider some key points when feeding their seniors.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Oct 13, 2018
The equine kidney has a vital role in overall health, but a variety of disease processes can impair renal function.
by World Equine Veterinary Association | Feb 3, 2018
If foals are diagnosed and treated early they generally have a fair to good chance to make a full recovery.
by Erin Denney-Jones, DVM | Apr 11, 2017
Learn whether your horse is at risk and if you should be vaccinating for this “new” disease.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Apr 10, 2015
Renal (kidney) disease and acute kidney injury with other disease processes can increase morbidity and mortality.
by Michelle Anderson | Sep 25, 2013
Researchers are exploring the use of renal replacement therapy to help horses with acute renal failure.
by Doug Thal, DVM, Dipl. ABVP | Oct 11, 2012
Owners often use the internet to inform their decision-making, and horses sometimes suffer as a result.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Jan 12, 2012
Exercise-associated hematuria, urethral tears, and idiopathic renal hematuria are three less common causes.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Jan 9, 2012
Acute kidney injury, or compromised renal function, is often reversible if treated appropriately and promptly.