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Leslie Hellman of Hellman Therapeutics: Powered by Hands

Leslie Hellman of Hellman Therapeutics: Powered by Hands

By Delores Kuhlwein There’s a meme that gets passed around social media every so often and it brings plenty of laughs, mostly because of the ring of truthfulness. People: Aren’t horses expensive? Me: As long as you don’t spend on luxury items like such as food or basic health care, it’s fine.   It’s oh-so […]

Is It Normal For Your Horse to Cough at the Start of Exercise?

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Is It Normal For Your Horse to Cough at the Start of Exercise?

AAEP If your horse has a cough that persists into exercise or is heard while your equine friend is at rest in the barn, be sure to talk to your veterinarian about evaluating your horse for respiratory disease. It could be a problem with the upper airway (the nasal passages and throat) or the lower […]

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Zoetis Donates to Decade One to Promote the Retention of Equine Veterinarians

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Zoetis Donates to Decade One to Promote the Retention of Equine Veterinarians

Zoetis A portion of Dormosedan® (detomidine hydrochloride) sales were donated to Decade One mentorship groups to support the long-term sustainability of careers in equine veterinary medicine PARSIPPANY, N.J. (January 25, 2023)—As part of Zoetis Equine’s hallmark Long Live the Horse commitment to horses and their caregivers, the company donated $25,000 to Decade One to advocate for sustainable career opportunities in equine veterinary […]

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Optimize Your Horse’s Booster Vaccines

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Optimize Your Horse’s Booster Vaccines

Kentucky Equine Research For some diseases, silent shedders represent a significant source of transmission and environmental contamination. Outbreaks of respiratory disease at equine gatherings result in devastating consequences, including prolonged lockdowns or quarantines and hefty veterinary bills. While strict biosecurity measures are widely recommended, some viruses and bacteria that cause respiratory tract infections slip through the cracks. […]

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Horses Prefer Warm Drinking Water

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Horses Prefer Warm Drinking Water

AAEP On average, horses drink 7-10 gallons of water a day and this remains as important in cold weather as it is in the summer because reduced water intake can lead to gastrointestinal problems such as the dreaded impaction colic. Studies demonstrate that horses will drink more if provided access to heated water and that […]

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Rutgers Virtual Horse Management Seminars – 2023 Nutrition Edition

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Rutgers Virtual Horse Management Seminars – 2023 Nutrition Edition

By Delores Kuhlwein Feed alfalfa or don’t feed alfalfa? Do ulcer supplements work? Ask a dozen horse owners for feeding advice, and it’s likely you’ll get a dozen different answers! While feeding programs can become personalized based on a horseman’s experience, hearing from the experts is always a good idea. Enter the Equine Science Center […]

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Do You Know How to Spot Colic In Horses?

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Do You Know How to Spot Colic In Horses?

AAEP Colic is not a disease; it is merely a symptom of disease. Specifically, colic indicates a painful problem in the horse’s abdomen (belly), which can be caused by a number of different conditions. Less than 10% of all colic cases are severe enough to require surgery or cause the death of the horse; nevertheless, […]

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UF Veterinary Hospital Offers Leading Edge Treatment to Performance Horses

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UF Veterinary Hospital Offers Leading Edge Treatment to Performance Horses

WEC The UF Veterinary Hospital at World Equestrian Center – Ocala (WEC) offers leading-edge care to equine athletes on site as well as horses from the surrounding area, dogs and cats. No matter what brings you to WEC – Ocala, our team of board-certified specialists are here to serve you with an unprecedented array of diagnostic […]

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LSU Vet Med Instrumental in Identifying Toxin Affecting Louisiana Horses

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LSU Vet Med Instrumental in Identifying Toxin Affecting Louisiana Horses

LSU School of Veterinary Medicine LSU Vet Med worked with the FDA and the Louisiana Department of Agriculture BATON ROUGE—The LSU School of Veterinary Medicine was instrumental in diagnosing and treating several horses in Louisiana infected with a suspected toxin. The investigation revealed a much wider problem, as the culprit was alfalfa cubes infected with Clostridium […]

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Circling Back to Joint Health in Horses

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Circling Back to Joint Health in Horses

Kentucky Equine Research Regardless of discipline, young horses in training frequently work in circles, either on longe or long lines, under saddle, or in round pens. During these exercises, horses typically lean into the center of the circle to maintain balance. As a result, the strains placed on the inside limbs are different from those […]

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