by Laurie BonnerCall your veterinarian at the first signs of abdominal pain---but as you wait, take steps to keep your horse comfortable and prevent his condition from getting worse. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerWhen temperatures are soaring and humidity is high, even normal activities can lead to heat exhaustion. If that happens, you’ll need to take quick action to save his life. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerThey may look harmless enough on the surface, but puncture wounds can lead to serious infections and other complications. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerIf your horse eats dropped leaves from some types of maple trees, fast action will be required to save his life. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerWhen your horse develops an obstruction in his esophagus, doing the wrong thing can turn a relatively minor event into a potentially life-threatening problem. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerIf your horse develops severe muscle cramping, call your veterinarian, then keep him still and comfortable until help arrives. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerIt’s far better to head off this potentially crippling hoof condition than to try to treat it. Here’s what you need to know to protect your horse. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerSchedule a visit with your farrier as soon as you notice a loose shoe. But in the meantime, you’ll want to take steps to either keep it in place or remove it. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerTwo strains of canine influenza are causing outbreaks across the country. But you can take steps to protect your dog. READ MORE
by Laurie Bonner You’re preparing your horse for a 200-mile trailer ride to your new home. You know the trip will be stressful, but you plan to wrap his legs carefully, make sure he’s up-to-date on his... READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerYou’re preparing your horse for a 200-mile trailer ride to your new home. You know the trip will be stressful, but you plan to wrap his legs carefully, make sure he’s up-to-date on his... READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerAs researchers gain a greater understanding of the causes of this devastating foot disease, you can tailor your preventive strategies to meet your horse’s needs.
by Laurie BonnerTake a moment to consider whether your feeding routine still provides the right amount of nutrients and calories for your horse.
by Laurie BonnerThough questions remain, extracorporeal shock wave therapy shows promise in helping equine bones and ligaments heal faster. READ MORE
by Laurie BonnerHere's how to maximize your horse's deworming program. By Laurie Bonner for EQUUS magazine. READ MORE
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