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by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Dec 17, 2021
Veterinarians share their thoughts on stem cells, IRAP, and platelet-rich plasma.
by Edited Press Release | Oct 20, 2020
Starting Dec. 1, the reimagined convention will blend live and on-demand educational sessions.
by Erica Larson | May 6, 2020
Adjusting a horse’s environment and administering medications as needed can help some asthmatic equids return to function.
by Nettie Liburt, MS, PhD, PAS | Aug 9, 2019
Tips include ensuring constant forage access, providing pasture turnout, and limiting concentrate intake, among others.
by Erica Larson | Feb 19, 2019
Your horse’s teeth play a key role in keeping him healthy. Here’s what to know about their structure and function.
by Erica Larson | Feb 13, 2019
The condition of your horse’s teeth can have a big impact on how he’s fed. Here’s what to know.
by Erica Larson | Oct 16, 2018
There’s not one particular approach for rehabilitating injured joints. Here are a few of the options vets have to use.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | May 28, 2018
Practitioners must use clinical signs and laboratory testing to distinguish between these sometimes similar ailments.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Feb 21, 2018
Instead of causing foot pain directly, rear hoof imbalances seem to cause more problems higher up the leg—to the hocks, stifles, glutes, and sacroiliac joint, one vet says.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Feb 5, 2018
Both medical and surgical management resulted in more than 94% of treated horses surviving to discharge from one hospital, researchers found.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Feb 4, 2018
Researchers found that surgical correction of a patent urachus or infected umbilical remnants often has a good outcome.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Feb 4, 2018
Here’s how vets can carry out five common mildly aversive procedures using learning science and behavior modification techniques.