There are some diseases that can be transmitted from horses to humans. Diseases that are communicable between animals and humans are called zoonotic.
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There are several benefits to clipping and blanketing a horse. Read this article and get an expert’s advice on how to do it correctly.
The morning of June 26, 2016, Ashley MacCormick received one of those calls every horse owner dreads, yet half expects at any moment. Her gelding Mac-Talla (Mac for short) was roaming loose in her central Nova Scotia community of Belmont.…
There is a longstanding unofficial rule of thumb that a horse should bear no more than 20 per cent of its body weight, including rider and equipment.
This article features several veterans and highlights how horses gave them and countless other contemporary Canadian veterans a voice.
Choose the best bedding for your horse, taking into consideration their health, safety and comfort, as well as affordability and storage.
When the fracture involves the wings of the coffin bone, the outlook is quite good. Fractures affecting the coffin joint are more severe.
Three types of skin tumours affect horses: sarcoids, squamous cell carcinomas and melanomas. They are more than just “bumps” and should be taken seriously.
Could your horse benefit from a visit to the equine chiropractor? Find out which issues chiropractic therapy could potentially help.
Potomac horse fever is a potentially fatal gastrointestinal disease that strikes in the summer months, causing, depression, among other symptoms.