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Problem Solver Series: How to Control Nuisance Birds on Horse Properties
by Edited Press Release | Sep 30, 2022
The film, featuring renowned equine orthopedics expert Dr. Sue Dyson, is available for free.
by UC Davis Center for Equine Health Horse Report | Sep 14, 2022
Practitioners use electrotherapy methods ranging from vibration and lasers to shock wave in equine injury rehabilitation.
by Diane E. Rice | Aug 24, 2022
Two veterinarians share how they diagnose, treat, and rehab back-sore horses.
by Chris White, DVM | Jun 22, 2022
Osteoarthritis can be an insidious process and a common consequence of aging. Learn how horses’ joints inevitably wear with age and how to keep them comfortable.
by Erica Larson | Apr 27, 2022
Here’s what to know about horse inspections, which are designed to evaluate the horse’s fitness to compete.
by Edited Press Release | Mar 29, 2022
A Washington State University survey found about 27% of U.S. horse owners obtain pain killers from noncompliant sources.
by Nancy S. Loving, DVM | Feb 18, 2022
What can an owner do to control a horse’s foot pain? We turned to two equine veterinarians that spend a lot of time managing horses’ feet to find out.
by Betsy Lynch | Feb 2, 2022
Researchers found acetaminophen is readily and rapidly absorbed, and most of the horses appeared to feel and move better.
by Betsy Lynch | Jan 29, 2022
Researcher: Don’t ignore subtle signs of equine discomfort before riding. Often the cause is a veterinary issue.
by Vern Dryden, DVM, CJF, APF | Dec 6, 2021
Dr. Vern Dryden shares what horse owners and veterinarians can do to relieve a horse’s pain during a laminitic episode.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Nov 6, 2021
If your horse is acting naughty when handled or ridden, he might be trying to avoid pain somewhere in his body.
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.