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).
Vaccines are among the most effective weapons for protecting horses against the ravages of disease. Learn how vaccinations work to protect your horse and view two sample vaccination schedules, for the pleasure horse & performance horse.
Which vaccines a horse requires depends on his age, lifestyle and other circumstances. In this article from the August 2010 issue of EQUUS, David Trachtenberg, DVM, owner of Ledgewood Veterinary Equine Clinic in Ontario, New York explains his approach to
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.
Here are 7 vital facts to keep in mind when handling these powerful medications.
A veterinarian discusses how soon after vaccination a horse can go back to work.