Preparation can be the key to keeping your horses safe during a weather emergency or natural disaster.
Terms like “neglect,” “abuse,” “abandonment” and “stray” have precise legal definitions that can vary by state.
A number of the complaints made about equine rescues are based on misunderstandings.
Equine rescues are an important part of the horse industry, but do you know all that they do? Here’s a rundown of the work done by rescues to help horses.
Even the worst feeding-related behavioral problems can be solved with patient and consistent training.
When you see a horse suffering in a bad living situation, of course you want to help. But it’s important that you know what to do to stay within the law.
Organizations that help horses in need are more important now than ever, but many misconceptions about them remain. Here’s how to sort the fact from fiction.
Working with an older but still inexperienced horse poses special challenges but also promises unique rewards.
Subtle changes in your horse's posture, expression and movements can provide important clues to what he is thinking.
When a foal loses his dam, he'll need help to grow both physically and mentally. Here's how to meet those challenges.
When best friends fall apart at the slightest separation, it's time to retrain the equine soul mates for independent living.
Understanding normal mare and foal behavior will help you identify health and management problems before they become critical.
Instead of getting angry at an owner's poor horsekeeping practices, focus your energy on a needy horse's health and care.
Here's what your horse's kicking means and what you can do to deal with this potentially dangerous behavior.
Here's how to cope with equine escape artists and keep them contained. By Jennifer Williams, PhD, for EQUUS magazine.