Horses lose fluids through sweat three times faster than humans, and they lose electrolytes 10 times faster, read this article to learn more.
Pastern dermatitis, mud fever, is the result of a perfect storm of predisposing conditions, which is why it can be so difficult to treat and control.
Learn how the evolution of resistance may result in the inability to treat even the simplest infections.
Learn how to manage a horse with arthritis, a progressive, inflammatory disease that causes pain and stiffness in the joints.
Leptospirosis is a hidden threat that lurks in standing water and contaminated feed, causing an incurable bacterial infection in many species.
Registered equine massage therapist, Marguerite Old, shares eight simple exercises and stretches for improved flexibility and strength.
Learn how to identify when and why your horse is in pain, and how to offer effective relief. Plus, tips on preventing injury.
Floating refers to filing off sharp points on the teeth, which develop as the result of the circular chewing pattern horses employ to grind their feed.
Deep snow, plus hard and slippery ground can lead to tendon injuries. Learn what you can do to reduce the risk.
Laminitis is caused by a disruption in the junction between the sensitive and insensitive tissues of the hoof, known as the basement membrane.