EQUUS staff surveyed several first-rate groomers, both professional and amateur, and compiled this list of their seven ?habits.? Most of these are relatively simple and require little, if any, extra effort, but employed together they are sure to transform
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Follow these guidelines when feeding horses to reduce the risk of colic, ulcers and other ills.
An equine diet based solely on hay may be lacking in this essential nutrient.
Once found mainly in California, this bacterial infection has now been documented in 25 states across the country. Here are 6 little known or sometimes forgotten facts about the infection.
Routine fecal examinations and regular heartworm preventatives are the primary steps of controlling internal parasites in your dog. Here are some basic facts you may not know.
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In the first five years of life, young horses are prone to a particular set of physical problems. Here’s what you need to know about the 5 most common challenges.
Learn the 5 most common triggers of allergic reactions in horses so you’ll be better able to counter or prevent them.
Whether you prefer English, Western, Australian or endurance styles, you’ll find an array of saddles engineered to keep you and your horse comfortable over miles on the trails.
Blood analysis can yield vital information about a horse’s health. Here’s a look at what tests can–and cannot–tell you.
When laminitis leads to permanent changes in a horse's hoof, veterinarians and farriers team up to preserve his comfort and soundness through targeted treatments.
Is DMSO a miracle drug or dangerous toxin? Here's everything you need to know about using the power of DMSO safely and effectively.
On summer days, it can be difficult to distinguish normal fatigue and sweatiness from dangerous heat stress in horses. Here's what to look for and how to safeguard your horse's well-being.
Through word-of-mouth and the Internet, a Michigan-based program to help retired racehorses find new lives is thriving -- and spreading across the country.