Approaches to diagnosing and managing pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID) are fairly consistent around the world.
A new way to prevent insect bite hypersensitivity is in the works.
Researchers discover that eye injuries are surprisingly common among horses who undergo general anesthesia.
Accumulated gas in the bellow of a horse with sand colic can predict if the horse will need surgery.
A study from Colorado State University shows that removing a mare’s ovaries can be done safely without general anesthesia.