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Confirmed diseases include influenza, EHV, strangles, nocardioform placentitis, piroplasmosis, EIA, and more.
The post International Equine Disease Report, First Quarter 2018 appeared first on The Horse.
Insect bite hypersensitivity is a lifelong condition and affected horses will always need management and/or therapy. But often a patient can be clinical-sign-free with low exposure to inciting antigens.
An outrider horse sustained a lower-leg fracture on July 11 and was euthanized following a veterinary examination.
The post Outrider Horse Euthanized After Calgary Stampede Injury appeared first on The Horse.
Theiler’s disease, or equine serum hepatitis, is an infrequent but sometimes life-threatening liver disease of adult horses.
The post Theiler’s Disease in Horses: What You Need to Know appeared first on The Horse.
Annual vaccination can help protect horses against mosquito-borne diseases, including EEE, WEE, and WNV.
The post Core Equine Disease Risks Increase During Mosquito Season appeared first on The Horse.
Mares receiving the synthetic hormone reFSH went from anestrus (not cycling) to ready to breed within about a week, researchers found in a recent study.
The post Hormone Treatment Gets Mares Ready to Breed Rapidly appeared first on The Horse.
Do all young horses with fluid-filled joints or lameness have osteochondritis dissecans (OCD)? Download this fact sheet to find out. Sponsored by OCD Pellets.
Lyme disease is notoriously difficult to diagnose and has (or might not have) a myriad of vague (or not-so-vague) clinical signs in horses. Learn about this tick-borne disease and get your questions answered during our live Q&A.
Learn more about these trace minerals that are vital to horse health.
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