Some severe headshaking cases that are resistant to existing treatments and can significantly compromise a horse’s quality of life. But researchers have recently determined that a supplementation regimen could help.
Find out how a veterinarian diagnosed a common cancer in horses in a Thoroughbred gelding with a recent history of headshaking and unprovoked panic.
A veterinarian and equine behavior expert addresses a possible learned head tossing behavior at feeding time.
Recent work suggests surgery could be an option for headshakers, with a long-term success rate of nearly 50%.
California researchers aren’t shy when it comes to managing headshaking in horses. According to a case report published in the Nov. 15 edition of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Jeannine Berger, DVM, Dipl.
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