Ashley Whitehead, DVM, BSc, DVSc, DACVIM
Bandaging your horse’s limb when there is a wound does more than keep it clean. The bandage can prevent further trauma to the area, and more.
This article will provide readers with some valuable information to help perform both intramuscular and subcutaneous injections.
In this article veterinarian Dr. Ashley Whitehead prepares horse owners for an emergency or referral visit to an equine hospital.
Hoof-related problems can be scary, but with help from your veterinarian and a methodical approach to care, your horse’s foot can quickly mend.
Practicing the following steps with a variety of tasty treats rather than the oral medications will quickly help turn the process into a positive experience
This article is intended to help readers administer the eye medication, or medications, veterinarians may recommend in order to help their horse.
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