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From Wheelchair, to Walker, to Cane, to ApHC Novice Showmanship Reserve World Champion

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From Wheelchair, to Walker, to Cane, to ApHC Novice Showmanship Reserve World Champion

“I spent a year in physical therapy re-learning to walk, and it was excruciating,” Hood says. “The only thing that got me through was that I wanted to ride again.

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Equine Influenza: Are We Protecting Our Horses Effectively?

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Equine Influenza: Are We Protecting Our Horses Effectively?

The protection afforded by equine flu vaccinations is not as straightforward as we might think, suggests a special focus on Equine Influenza (EIV) published this month in the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ).

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Equine Vaccine Tips and Strategies

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Equine Vaccine Tips and Strategies

Press release by: Nouvelle Veterinary Research, Inc. Tom Schell, D.V.M, DABVP If you own a horse, one of the most important things you can do to maintain health is vaccinations, but it can also be a costly endeavor. Everyone seems to have a strategy or recommendation, but the question is ‘what is right for your […]

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Halloween Can Be Scary, Especially For Pets…

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Halloween Can Be Scary, Especially For Pets…

If you want to put a Halloween costume on your pet, make sure that the costume doesn’t obstruct the animal’s vision, breathing or movement.

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Study Discovers EPM is More Widespread in US Than Originally Expected

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Study Discovers EPM is More Widespread in US Than Originally Expected

UC Davis press release- Oct. 15, 2013- A recent study by researchers at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine revealed that equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM), caused by two different parasites, is widespread throughout the United States. The single-celled protozoal parasite Sarcocystis neurona which is shed in the feces of opossums is the […]

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Get to Know a Few More Horses in the Equine Chronicle Congress Masters

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Get to Know a Few More Horses in the Equine Chronicle Congress Masters

The time is drawing near when an elite group of maiden two-year-old western pleasure and hunter under saddle horses will attempt to be named the 2013 Equine Chronicle Congress Masters Champion. Who will take the top title?

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Plan Now to Improve Show Ring Safety in 2014

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Plan Now to Improve Show Ring Safety in 2014

Press release LEXINGTON, KY. – With the 2013 show season winding down, now is the time to begin planning to improve in-the-ring safety for 2014, advises HorseSafetyUSA.com. “We all have a tendency to ‘let down’ a bit after the show season ends,” notes Wayne G. Hipsley, chairman of HorseSafetyUSA.com. “Now is the time, however, that […]

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Crucial Vet Programs That Ensure Animal Welfare and Protect Public From Disease Are Short-Staffed or Halted Due to Govt. Shutdown

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Crucial Vet Programs That Ensure Animal Welfare and Protect Public From Disease Are Short-Staffed or Halted Due to Govt. Shutdown

AVMA press release Crucial veterinary programs that ensure the welfare of animals and protect the public from disease are short-staffed or halted (Washington, D.C.) The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has called upon Congress to reopen the U.S. government so that our nation’s federal employees who promote the health and welfare of animals, guard the […]

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Horses in Southern Alberta Diagnosed with Pigeon Fever

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Horses in Southern Alberta Diagnosed with Pigeon Fever

Equine Canada press release (Reprinted with permission from The Western Producer, written by Barb Glen, Lethbridge Bureau.) Ottawa, October 9, 2013 — More than 10 horses in southern Alberta have been diagnosed with pigeon fever this fall, an illness so-named for the common symptom of swellings in the chest. Dr. Kelsey Brandon of Claresholm Veterinary Service […]

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AQHA Foundation Announces 2013-2014 Equine Research Grant Recipients

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AQHA Foundation Announces 2013-2014 Equine Research Grant Recipients

AQHA Publicity Thanks to grant funding provided through the American Quarter Horse Foundation, the 2013-2014 equine research grant recipients will begin projects October 1, 2013 and are scheduled for completion on September 30, 2014. Study topics include navicular syndrome, chronic respiratory disease, joint trauma in young performance horses, equine herpesvirus (EHV-1) and contagious equine metritis […]

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