Medications and Drugs

We provide vital information about the medications and therapies available to help horses recover from injuries and diseases (colic, laminitis, EPM and heaves) as well as chronic conditions (pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction, arthritis and other problems).

New option for equine eye treatment
Researchers in Colorado are investigating whether acetaminophen—a unique anti-inflammatory medication—can...
The lingering effects of antibiotics on digestion
Antibiotics can disrupt the delicate balance of microorganisms in a horse’s gut for as long as a month,...
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FDA approves the first generic firocoxib tablets for horses
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generic firocoxib tablets for pain and inflammation...
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Creating an Equine Joint Health Strategy with Your Veterinarian
Brought to you by: Every horse owner wants to give their horse the best care possible, but finding...

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