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by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Dec 20, 2017
After surgically debulking the tumor, veterinarians administered electrochemotherapy directly into the cancer site.
by University of Illinois College of Agriculture | Nov 24, 2016
Canker is a chronic and painful infection of the frog of the hoof. Learn how veterinarians treat and prevent it.
by Tracy A. Turner, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS | Aug 23, 2015
Canker is an unusual condition of the horse’s foot that affects the frog, bars, and sole.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Oct 29, 2012
Topical cisplatin chemotherapy yielded promising results for treating canker in a small trial.
by Erica Larson | May 1, 2012
The first step in managing an equine foot problem successfully is to attain an accurate diagnosis.
by Erica Larson | Oct 27, 2011
The rare hoof ailment canker can cause lasting problems in horses, and can even be fatal.
by The Horse Staff | Feb 1, 2002
Hormone Responses to Feeds
Joe Pagan, PhD, owner of Kentucky Equine Research in Versailles, Ky., discussed glycemic response in growing horses as an indicator of developmental orthopedic disease. He said looking at diet and
by Tracy A. Turner, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS | Nov 11, 2001
My veterinarian mentioned that she was treating a horse on a nearby farm for canker. What is it? How do you treat it?
by Christina S. Cable, DVM, Dipl. ACVS | Nov 1, 1997
Thrush is one of the more common diseases of the equine hoof. But how do you prevent it, or how do you treat it once it has set up shop within your horse’s hooves?