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The Accident-Prone Horse

Is your horse accident-prone? Our sources share how to manage these Bubble-Wrap-worthy equids and the best ways to avoid problems in the first place.

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Advanced Imaging of the Equine Head

Advancements in equine imaging have made it possible for veterinarians to better understand the anatomy and pathologies of their patients.

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Can Nutrition Help a Horse With Uveitis?

Uveitis is a painful inflammation of the eye that can lead to blindness. Our equine nutritionist offers dietary advice that might help reduce inflammation and guard against gastric ulcers during NSAID treatment.

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Big Problems for Equine Eyes

Horses have big eyes—which can lead to big problems. Learn how to recognize common signs of eye injuries and what to do about them.

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Not Just Old Age: Why Do Senior Horses Die?

Caring for Horses Over 30

Aged horses require the same, if not higher, level of care as their younger counterparts. Learn about the unique needs of old horses, and meet five over-30 horses with age-related ailments.

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The Price of Longevity: Senior Horse Health Needs

Owning a horse over his lifetime can be rewarding, but you need to be prepared for specific costs related to his care. Learn about senior horse research studies and what veterinarians say you should watch for as your horse ages.

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