Learn how to recognize, treat and prevent the destructive infection, white line disease, which causes progressive separation of the hoof wall.
Meet the Garner clan from Rocking Heart Ranch whose motto is: "Where foundation and reputation matter."
Shock in horses is the same as it is in humans. It is the body's own survival mechanism when it feels death is imminent, the circulatory system shuts down.
Don’t let snow and ice storms catch you off guard. Take it from people who have been through the worst winter can dish out and get prepared!
Colleen Dickie, DVM, talks about what it takes to become a veterinarian and what it's like to actually be one.
Injuries to tendons and ligaments are common and are the leading cause of loss of use in horses, whether competition mounts or pleasure companions.
Hooves are the horse’s foundation, yet instead of ranking uppermost in many owners’ priorities, they are often overlooked.
Find out what to do about upward fixation of the patella, a condition in which a ligament in the horse’s upper hind leg gets stuck over a piece of bone.
Potomac horse fever is a potentially fatal gastrointestinal disease that strikes in the summer months, causing, depression, among other symptoms.
Could your horse benefit from a visit to the equine chiropractor? Find out which issues chiropractic therapy could potentially help.
Animal welfare expert discusses bits and breathing in horses
Texas university seeks to produce reliable data on CBD effects in equines
Colorado State U. breaks ground on Temple Grandin Equine Center
Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Not necessarily, according to survey
Equine Guelph’s Mare & Foal Care Tool a valuable resource
Equine Guelph’s Top Tips for Finding your Perfect Equine Partner
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