If a horse's PPID is well controlled by medication and management, he may be able to enjoy some grazing. But his risk of developing laminitis depends on several factors.
Pasture injuries in horses often involve soft tissues that are slow to heal.
Equine metabolic syndrome encompasses a collection of signs and clinical changes, including insulin resistance, hyperinsulinaemia, infertility and obesity.
Even a high-quality winter blanket can cause injury if it doesn't fit well or isn't adjusted properly. Answer these questions to reduce your horse's risk of blanket-related problems
No package delivers the joy and love of the season better than a fuzzy, four-legged one, rummaging through your pockets for treats.
You'll be better able to protect your horse from tetanus if you know how the disease occurs, how to prevent it and how it's treated..
Facts about CBD and other alternative therapies for your horse.
Use these grooming tips to bring out your horse's natural beauty.
The secret to bringing out your horse’s natural shine lies in taking account of how his hair grows.
Are you doing enough to improve your horse's joint health? With the arthritis preventives, treatments and therapies available today, it's easier than ever to help horses live long and happy lives.
A readers asks what can be done to help a horse who compulsively weaves back and forth in his stall. Our expert offers some advice.
A few minutes spent caring for your horse trailer after a road trip can save you time and money later on.
Cold temperatures and longer coats can complicate grooming at this time of year. Here's how you can make the job easier.