Dr. Marisa Markey explains what happens during a rescue, the role of the veterinarian and the need for more hands-on training.
A University of Calgary study into rodeo horses begs the question if their findings indicate calm acceptance or 'learned helplessness'.
How a horse is housed affects its chances of becoming a cribber or weaver ‒ something that most horse owners already know.
A devastating horse pandemic originally called the 'Canadian horse disease' brought industry and the economy to a grinding halt.
"It’s all about the horses.” Brenda Thompson saves horses from the brink of death to lead healthy, happy lives.
If you witness suspected abuse, how can you be sure that avoidable suffering is occurring, and what should you do to stop it?
Entrepreneurs and horse lovers Clair and Taryn are saving equines and providing visitors with welcome socially-distanced outdoor adventures.
Idyllic pastures are not the reality for the thousands of draft horses who are shipped overseas to be slaughtered in countries such as Japan.
"We don’t need to treat them this way” says Arden, who joined a protest at Calgary International Airport where horses were being shipped to Japan.
While traditional riding schools have been severely impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic, therapeutic riding facilities have been especially hard-hit.
An Oakville mother and her five-year-old daughter, Rachael, have taken a unique approach to fundraising as Rachael reads horse stories on YouTube.
A fragile, undernourished abandoned foal finds a forever home and becomes an equine soulmate and dressage partner for his caring owner.
Do you know what to do in an equine emergency, or how to detect an issue or illness before it becomes one? Here are some possibly live-saving tips.
When the thoroughbred mare Clever Peaks was in danger of getting lost in the system, artist Linda Shantz stepped in to save her.
The new Provincial Animal Welfare Services (PAWS) Act launched in January and is the first enforcement system of its kind in Canada.
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