C. difficile infection is sometimes a tricky illness to treat because it is treated with antibiotics, which can further upset the gut flora.
Reporter Liz Brown takes us inside the Canadian horse meat industry, posing difficult questions and exposing hard truths.
An inside look into how rescues operate and the adoption options for unwanted horses.
Spurred by the human genome project – the plan to map the entire human genome – these scientists hoped to do the same thing for the horse.
A lawsuit against the American Quarter Horse Association has sparked debate over training methods and judging decisions in the western pleas
Tack & Equipment
In 7 simple steps this article explains how and why riders should check their saddle regularly for their horse’s comfort and performance.
A handy guide that covers some of the most common skin problems in horses, complete with symptoms, treatments and prevention tips.
When Don Wood returned home to Clearwater, Nova Scotia from a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2007, he was haunted by memories of what he’d witnessed.
Some see them as pests to be managed, while others fight to protect their free-roaming way of life. Learn more about the plight of our wild horses.
Horsepower can still be found on farms and elsewhere doing traditional work efficiently and often more successfully than machines.
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