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Mindfulness: A Powerful Tool for Sustainable Equine Practice
by Jennifer Selvig, DVM | Mar 16, 2023
Dr. Tovah Caldwell conducted a study through the University of Guelph to determine how equine veterinarians are using mindfulness to support their careers.Read More
How To Reduce Telephone Time in Equine Practice
by Jennifer Selvig, DVM | Mar 10, 2023
More efficient client communication can improve veterinarians’ well-being and value.Read More
Investigating Equine Cases of Toxicant Exposure
Horses have a wide range of potential for exposure to toxicants; understanding this could help protect them.Read More
Developing Thoughtful Client Communication Boundaries
by Jennifer Selvig, DVM | Feb 23, 2023
Setting boundaries can help veterinarians protect their personal time and have clearer communication with their clients.Read More
Equine Dental Care: Painful Points and Uneven Arcades
by Heather Smith Thomas | Feb 18, 2023
Here are some common dental issues that can negatively impact your horse’s performance and how they can be corrected.Read More
20 Things Your Horse’s Teeth are Telling You
by Scot T. Gillies | Feb 16, 2023
Brush up on your equine oral health knowledge with these facts about dental anatomy, issues, and exams.Read More
Vets Examine New Alpha-2 Macroglobulin Joint Therapy for Horses
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Feb 10, 2023
This stallside system might benefit horses with acute and chronic inflammatory synovitis.Read More
The Veterinarian’s Guilt Factor of Never Enough
by Jennifer Selvig, DVM | Feb 9, 2023
Dr. Jamie Pribyl explains how busy equine veterinarians ‘can do it all, but not all at once.’Read More
Equine Regenerative Therapies for Managing Arthritis in Horses
by Gustavo Zanotto, DVM, PhD, DACVSMR | Jan 31, 2023
Dr. Gustavo Zanotto of Texas A&M University describes autologous blood products, how they work, the existing research supporting them, and their applications in horses in this Dechra-sponsored online presentation.Read More
Keeping Clients, Patients, and Kids Happy in Equine Practice
by Jennifer Selvig, DVM | Jan 12, 2023
One veterinarian and single mom describes how she effectively manages her practice, her children, and her self-care.Read More
2022 Equine Practitioner Product Guide: Part 2
by The Horse Staff | Dec 15, 2022
Don’t let 2022 come to a close without stocking up on all your veterinary necessities! Download this free guide for information on equipment, supplies, and product specials for veterinarians.Read More
The Foundation for the Horse Announces $11.4 Million in Support
by Edited Press Release | Dec 5, 2022
The organization surpassed its $10 million goal, expanding the foundation’s ability to provide scholarships and grants.Read More