Exertional Rhabdomyolysis (Tying Up)

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Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy: Blame It on the Genes

A genetic mutation in an enzyme called muscle glycogen synthase might be responsible for polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM)–a debilitating and life-threatening disease in horses characterized by abnormally high glycogen (the storage form of

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Service Pony Recovers from Health Crisis

Thanks to the skill and kindness of several Texas veterinarians, a blind woman’s assistive guide pony is recuperating from serious illness.

Trixie is a nearly 14-year-old Pony of the Americas mare, and she has been Tabitha Darling’s service

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2007 Morris Animal Foundation Equine Research Wrap-Up

The results of equine research funded by the Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) in 2007 added to scientists’ understanding of foal pneumonia, hereditary muscle disorders, laminitis, and pharmacology.

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