Exposure to smoke, such as is occurring in California, Oregon and Washington, can effect horses in a detrimental way similar to humans.
Face masks are a daily reality and may continue to be for the foreseeable future - so why not show you're a horse lover while you make a fashion statement?
Anatomical models created by 3-D printing are revolutionizing how veterinary students and graduates will practice precise placement of injections.
Horses who spend time on pasture ‒ especially if turned out overnight ‒ run the risk of close encounters with wildlife such as skunks and porcupines.
The final segment in a series dedicated to informing horse owners of the benefits and differences between various horse treatments.
Whether to improve blood and lymph circulation or increase the extensibility of soft tissues, massage can enhance comfort and performance.
Dr. Scott Hie explains what chiropractic treatments can contribute toward pain relief, muscle tone and overall improved function in the horse.
Increase your horse's range of motion and suppleness with this fun, easy stretching exercise to improve their form for pleasure riding or competition.
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.
Research shows that providing an antioxidant supplement can be an effective way to protect red cell membranes and delay the onset of fatigue.
Equine Guelph presents Dr. Judith Koenig of the Ontario Veterinary College who explains her current research into tendon injuries and prevention.
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.