Melinda Freckleton, DVM, with Christine Barakat

Deworming medications can't work if they don't make it into your horse.

Surveillance deworming made simple

Now is the time to switch from calendar-based deworming to a targeted program—for the sake of your horse’s health, your pocketbook and the equestrian community at large.

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4 easy ways to ice-proof your horse's hooves

The rock-hard accumulations of ice and snow that can get packed into a horse’s feet can cause lameness and injury. Here’s how to keep hoof ice balls from forming.

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7 ways to make hand-walking work for your horse

To keep everyone safe when hand-walking a recuperating horse follow these 7 simple rules.

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4 ways to prevent pasture injuries

Minimize your horse’s risk of hurting himself while he’s on pasture by taking the following precautions

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Feed with precision

Is your horse getting the correct amount of grain? If you’re measuring it only in “scoops” it’s impossible to know.

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The fix for crusty udders

Udders pose their own unique hygiene issues, here's how to handle them.

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What your veterinarian wants you to know about antibiotics

Here are 7 vital facts to keep in mind when handling these powerful medications.