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Educational Equine Wellness Series

Educational Equine Wellness Series

Animal Wellness Action The New York-based Equine Collaborative International (ECI), Animal Wellness Action, the Animal Wellness Foundation, Monty Roberts, Dr. Maria Katsamasis, Frank Lovato, Jr., and Bernice Ende have teamed up to produce an equine educational webinar series. Each year including 2020, ECI has held an in-person March Meet-Up in Western New York to raise […]

AAEP Publishes Equine Parvovirus-Hepatitis Virus Guidelines

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AAEP Publishes Equine Parvovirus-Hepatitis Virus Guidelines

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has published on its website comprehensive guidelines to educate practitioners about transmission, risk factors, clinical signs and other considerations pertaining to equine parvovirus-hepatitis virus (EqPV-H), a recently discovered virus capable of causing hepatitis in infected horses. Two distinct etiologies of EqPV-H infection are recognized: biologic transmission and non-biologic […]

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Training Young Horses- Science Behind the Benefits

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Training Young Horses- Science Behind the Benefits

“Short-term dynamic exercise as an adolescent can lead to beneficial changes in bone morphology, increased fracture force, and reduced fracture risk at maturity… Knowledge of bone modeling and remodeling justifies that exercise during growth is beneficial, if done properly.” 

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Free Webinar- The Pre-Purchase Exam- Making a Sound Investment

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Free Webinar- The Pre-Purchase Exam- Making a Sound Investment

Join us for a webinar! This special AQHA edition of For the Love of the Horse is something you won’t want to miss. These free, interactive, live (and on-demand) webinars feature experts on horse health topics you can add to your care routine today!

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To Bute or Not to Bute?

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To Bute or Not to Bute?

While it does not resolve every pain-related issue under the sun in equines, it can improve recovery situations or overall quality of life for many. Before we delve into when one should or should not consider bute for their horse, let’s learn a little more about the drug itself.

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Industry Leaders Responding to Uptick in Foal Diarrhea Cases

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Industry Leaders Responding to Uptick in Foal Diarrhea Cases

“Anytime we recognize an increased incidence in equine health cases, such as foal diarrhea, we prepare and mobilize to further our understanding of the health issue,” said David Horohov, chair of the Department of Veterinary Science and director of the Gluck Equine Research Center.  “Early detection and rapid diagnostics are at the cornerstone of what drives our research approach.”

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Why Selenium and Vitamin E Are Given Together

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Why Selenium and Vitamin E Are Given Together

E and Se are often supplemented together, but contrary to popular belief they do not actually work together, nor is their absorption from the intestinal tract connected in any way.

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A Horse is the Ultimate Dance Partner

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A Horse is the Ultimate Dance Partner

“All of these sports require self awareness and being physically fit. Together, this combination compliments each discipline. Kinsey’s flexibility is an asset to being an equestrian. Riding horses requires us to use our bodies in a way only riding does. Having loose joints and supple muscles makes it easier for our bodies to give and move with the horses.”

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Electrolyte Supplementation for Equine Athletes?

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Electrolyte Supplementation for Equine Athletes?

Adding electrolytes to the diet is frequently done in human athletics. This concept is often applied to equine athletes, but is supplementation of electrolytes in horses truly necessary?

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“He’s Not an Appaloosa. His Spots Move”…

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“He’s Not an Appaloosa. His Spots Move”…

“His spots do change,” Liz says. “It’s crazy. They will come back and go away as he sheds out. It moves around. It’s not like it’s pigment because he doesn’t have pink skin. It’s just the hair.”

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