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An undetermined number of other horses have been potentially exposed to the virus; local authorities encourage temperature monitoring and enhanced biosecurity measures.
Citing too much uncertainty and lack of time to prepare, officials cancel the swim and carnival, but announce the auction of foals will be done online
The horse is undergoing treatment as 45 potentially exposed barn mates are placed under quarantine; no reported links to cases in Europe or Florida
Why should horses miss out on the charcuterie trend? Design a board for a horse and we'll tell you how well you did.
With no vaccine available to protect against this form of EHV, quarantine and biosecurity measures are a key components of disease control.
Thousands of TikTok followers enjoy watching Zoe take her medication in a jelly-filled donut.
The 7-year-old mule developed signs of the viral infection in mid-January.
Here are simple steps you can take to keep rabies-carrying wildlife away from your property.
Here are the facts you need to know about how this deadly viral disease can affect horses.
In English-speaking countries horses neigh, but in other languages they "say" very different things. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of horse noises around the world and learn a bit more about sounds other animals make.
Researchers compared the impact of three different diets on the recovery of starved horses. Here's what they found.
When your horse has a cut, scrape or gash, if you see any of these signs of trouble call your veterinarian.
Researchers are working hard to improve colic diagnosis and treatment. Here’s how their findings can help you and your veterinarian increase your horse’s odds of a swift and complete recovery.
Do you know which leg blemishes are benign and which are likely to lead to lameness?
You are special. You are unique. Now, tell us a little about yourself and we'll put an equine spin on just how rare a creature you are.
You feed your horse this vital forage every day, but did you know these facts?
Although your conditioning program will need to be customized based on your horse's specific needs, you can start with this basic framework for bringing back a healthy, young horse who was previously fit.
If an acute heaves episode occurs, call the veterinarian and then do these three things to help your horse.
Do you know the basics about equine asthma (commonly known as heaves)?
Lack of vitamin E puts horses at risk of several neuromuscular disorders. Here are the most common ones.
Impactions are the most common cause of cold-weather colics but horses can develop any type of digestive upset at any time of year.
In a veterinary emergency during the winter, your ability to quickly hitch up and pull your horse trailer can make the life-or-death difference.
As we close out a year when caring for our horses was a way to care for ourselves, here's a look back at the 10 most-viewed articles on equusmagazine.com
The more complicated and severe a horse's wound, the more likely you need to call in your veterinarian.
As you wait for the veterinarian to arrive, take the following steps to staunch bleeding and keep your horse calm and comfortable.
Here are three ways to reduce your horse's risk of becoming dehydrated even in the coldest weather.
If both of your horse’s hind fetlocks become puffy in the dead of winter, chances are the cause is a relatively harmless condition known as “stocking up.”
Used correctly, straps can ensure your horse's blanket keeps him warm and comfortable.
If dust, mold and other environmental factors trigger an acute episode, call the veterinarian and do the following three things.
In addition to vaccination, there are things you can do to reduce your horse's risk of developing influenza.
If you want to cook your horse a "hot meal" this winter, skip the traditional bran-based mashes.
Pills, pastes and liquids are adversely affected by fluctuations in temperature and humidity.
Here's a crib sheet for which non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs work best for specific types of discomfort in horses.
Here are three simple things to do to help your horse maintain his condition even during the coldest weather.
If you know the stages of normal wound healing you'll be better able to recognize when your horse's injury needs veterinary intervention. Here are the basics.
If you horse is injured, make sure you don't make the situation worse.
If an injury or circumstances put a horse at risk for tetanus and his vaccination status is unknown, his treatment regimen may include tetanus antitoxin.
Take this quick quiz to determine where you'd fit in the herd hierarchy if you were a horse.
Your horse isn't the only one who can contract this deadly disease. Make sure to protect yourself with these simple measures.
The loss of hair pigment usually results from traumatic or inflammatory injuries, such as pressure from tack, too-tight or rubbing bandages, cuts, lacerations and even occasionally injections.