Miniature horses are built exactly like their full-sized fellow equines, but along with their small stature come some unique health problems.
Equine Self-Mutilation Syndrome is a type of stereotypy like cribbing, weaving, stall-walking or lip-flapping, generally associated with compromised welfare
Resistance to anthelmintic medications is forcing horse owners to revaluate their deworming practices, by developing targeted treatment plans.
No horse is immune to arthritis, a debilitating condition caused by repetitive wear and tear, but modern treatments can help prolong comfort and soundness.
Horses are susceptible to wounds of all kinds. Some wounds are trickier than others to treat, so a one-size-fits-all approach is not ideal.
Researchers recently conducted a study to determine the accuracy of using a blood sucrose permeability test to diagnose equine gastric ulcer syndrome.
Rain rot is a bacterial skin disease that often behaves like a fungus. It causes an infection under the horse’s skin that makes pustules of pus.
Vets at the Ontario Veterinary College will soon be able to use 3D printed models of joints to practice ultrasound-guided joint injections.
Teams of researchers from veterinary schools across the country are studying different methods to speed up and improve wound healing in horses.
A veterinary case out of the UK has produced a new way to treat horses with strangles using a using a specially made penicillin in a gel formulation.
Researchers at the Ontario Veterinary College are working to improve joint medications through the use of sustained release formulations.
Get advice on a selection of common equine ailments, including colic, fecal egg count testing, hoof puncture wounds, lice, mud fever, thrush and cataracts.
Equi-Health Canada provides a comprehensive first aid kit list that includes everything you could ever need for any kind of barn emergency.
A proactive group of professionals from all sectors of the horse industry have come together to establish a national equine disease surveillance network.
A hygroma is an accumulation of fluid which follows trauma such as a kick or an impact from falling, and don't usually cause lameness in horses.