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Protein Levels and Seizures?

I have a 37-year-old Welsh Mountain Pony mare who has been having seizures on and off for about two years. I

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Photosensitization in the Horse

 

Photosensitization is a serious skin condition characterized by “sunburned,” crusty skin that dies and sloughs away. It is usually caused by a reaction to something the horse has eaten, but the skin problem does not appear until the

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Parasite in Horses: A Primer

Even at low concentrations, internal parasites have a less than ideal impact on your horse’s health and well-being. Parasites steal nutrients from their host and can leave him undernourished and anemic. They can produce open sores and intense itching

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Feeding Sick Horses

Feeding a healthy horse is one thing; most of us have a pretty good understanding of what works and what doesn’t. But feeding a horse who’s sick, injured, or recovering from surgery is another.

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