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by The Horse Staff | Sep 1, 2022
Learn about preventing and managing equine osteoarthritis in our visual guide. Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.
by Chris White, DVM | Aug 16, 2022
Joint injections can be complicated by a horse’s age, purpose, and health. Here’s how veterinarians approach various scenarios.
by Chris White, DVM | Aug 10, 2022
Horses can (and will) find unique ways to injure themselves. In this article we’ll highlight four of the most common causes of sudden lameness.
by Erin Contino, DVM, Dipl. ACVSMR | Jul 27, 2022
Consider the horse’s lameness history and gradually increase varied exercises to manage these mounts, one veterinarian says.
by The Horse Staff | Jul 8, 2022
Top articles about keeping horses’ joints healthy so they can do their job comfortably. Sponsored by Bimeda.
by Chris White, DVM | Jul 6, 2022
Osteoarthritis in horses’ hocks can lead to joint fusion. For some affected horses, this might be a good thing. Find out why.
by Scott Hopper, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS | May 25, 2022
A horse owner asks if Bute or firocoxib is better for her older performance horse. The answer? Maybe neither.
by Erica Larson | Apr 22, 2022
A horse’s ridden or competitive career doesn’t have to end just because of an OA diagnosis. Two authorities on older horse care share tips for conditioning horses with osteoarthritis.
by Katie Navarra | Dec 26, 2021
Alternative joint injections to corticosteroids not only keep horses comfortable but also offer a chance at healing rather than simply masking pain.
by Matt Leshaw, DVM | Dec 24, 2021
Learn about the biologic, or regenerative, therapies that have altered the way many equine veterinarians treat problematic joints.
by Matt Leshaw, DVM | Dec 20, 2021
Veterinarians have a number of methods at their disposal for treating and managing equine osteoarthritis. Learn about the different therapies and how they work.
by Erica Larson | Oct 22, 2021
Learn how to assess your senior horse’s quality of life and know when it’s time to let go.