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by Sarah Evers Conrad | Aug 10, 2022
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by Erica Larson | Aug 3, 2022
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by Elizabeth Acutt, DVM | Jul 31, 2022
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Palpating your horse’s back can help you determine if he’s uncomfortable.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Jul 8, 2022
Experts discuss what to do when your horse turns up with knee, hock, fetlock, or other leg joint wounds, and why.