Learn how the evolution of resistance may result in the inability to treat even the simplest infections.
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Leptospirosis is a hidden threat that lurks in standing water and contaminated feed, causing an incurable bacterial infection in many species.
Learn how to identify when and why your horse is in pain, and how to offer effective relief. Plus, tips on preventing injury.
Deep snow, plus hard and slippery ground can lead to tendon injuries. Learn what you can do to reduce the risk.
Bog spavin and bone spavin are two separate conditions that can affect a horse’s hocks. Find out how to tell them apart and what to do about them.
As a medical or behavioural condition, though, headshaking refers to a horse that repeatedly shakes his head, even when there is no apparent reason.
A horse with stringhalt can look perfectly normal standing in a stall or pasture. But when it moves at a walk or slow trot, this is when things change.
In this article hear from veterinarians and horse owners about the pros and cons of using sedatives, and whether you should be against them or for them.
Find out what forms of permanent horse identification are commonly used, which ones are safe and which ones are most effective.
This article looks at two different approaches to the saddle question: traditional saddles with trees and today’s treeless saddles.