If your horse is exhibiting head tossing, bit issues, unexplained lameness or explosive reactions to apparent pain episodes, TMJ disease may be the culprit.
While genetics certainly plays a role in equine hair and hoof quality, dietary improvements can go a long way to improve both.
These painful hoof conditions can prove challenging, but by using liquid pad materials, farriers can improve the chances of a successful recovery.
Fortunately, rabies is not very common but it comes with a 100% fatality rate - here is how to recognize the symptoms and protect your horse.
Saddened by the bony blemish on her horse's face, an owner looks to speed up the healing process and improve the recovery outcome.
Equestrian Canada’s Equine Medication Control Committee answers your questions on the EC Equine Medication Control program.
Horses with respiratory issues can be triggered by environmental factors, but also by dusty or moldy hay. Find out how to avoid exacerbating their symptoms.
At some point, most horse owners are bound to encounter laminitis, a common lameness issue that affects horses of all ages. The source of severe pain and pressure is inflammation around the coffin bone in the horse’s hoof. The location of the swelling is within the laminae, the layer of tissue that connects the coffin […]
An injury in the paddock leaves a promising young mare’s future in question, and demands intensive aftercare from her dedicated owner.
Students at the University of Calgary are getting the chance to practice their skills, while providing services to Tsuut’ina and Siksika Nations horses.