In certain cases of navicular disease, drilling a hole in the bone - a procedure called core decompression - may provide a new treatment option.
Some people decide to remove their horse's shoes for the winter in order to give their feet a "break." Unfortunately, this can be a very literal thing.
In this article equine nutritionist, Shannon Pratt-Phillips, Ph.D., discusses why horses are sometimes eating straw and whether or not it's good for them.
EndoTapping was developed by the French master horseman, J.P. Giacomini, as a way to initiate a state of relaxation in horses during handling and training.
The pros and cons of using complementary therapies, with advice on how to do so safely, from traditional vets and alternative therapists.
Tack & Equipment
You can expect to spend several hundred dollars for a pair of quality custom chaps. But, chaps are an investment that will last for years.
A groom does far more than just brush horses; they are responsible for overall care. Some duties that are required of grooms are outlined in this article.
Find out how to stock your equine medicine cabinet simply and sensibly. This articles goes through what you should have and what is unnecessary.
In this article, experts at the Ontario Veterinary College look for better ways to diagnose gastrointestinal tract problems in horses.
Researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences have conducted a study on the use of paddock shelters in the summertime.
EC Update on the Canadian Equine Identification Program
Beware of Toxic Blister Beetles in Your Horse’s Alfalfa Hay
Hamilton Mounted Police get refresher course in Large Animal Rescue
EHV-1 Leads to Two Cases of Equine Abortion in Ontario
Notice of Appeal Filed on Behalf of Horses Transported for Slaughter
Horse Canada Magazine Goes Digital Only in 2020
PAWS Animal Welfare Act set to come into force on January 1