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Tips for Hauling Horses During Hot Weather

Tips for Hauling Horses During Hot Weather

  By Debra J. Hagstrom, MS, Equine Extension Specialist, University of Illinois The summer horse show and trail riding season has arrived. Although the scorching hot temperatures have yet to hit, horse owners should be aware of how these approaching hot, humid conditions can affect their horses during transport to these events. Hauling horses in […]

13 Facts About Fly Control for Horses and Cattle

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13 Facts About Fly Control for Horses and Cattle

Valley Vet Supply Flies can be more than an annoyance – they can even be dangerous, whether impacting a ride with your horse in a single, painful bite or transmitting diseases to horses and cattle. “Flies are pesky, they’re hard to control. And a lot of times, we can’t really control them adequately with only […]

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Say “No” to Keto

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Say “No” to Keto

Eleanor M. Kellon, VMD Maybe it is the interest in getting in shape this time of year, but I am being asked about keto dieting for horses again. I wrote about the keto diet three years ago — https://uckele.com/articles/search/ketosis/ —and won’t go into all that again but will emphasize a few things. Equine metabolism is different. Like […]

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How Hot Is Too Hot for Dog Paws?

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How Hot Is Too Hot for Dog Paws?

By Elaine Waldorf Gewirtz, AKC How Hot Is Too Hot for Dog Paws? When the thermometer registers 85 degrees and stays elevated throughout the day, taking your dog everywhere you go or even for a short outing can lead to a serious injury. Spending even a few minutes to meander through an outdoor event can prove […]

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Rutgers Equine Science Center 2022 Summer Showcase

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Rutgers Equine Science Center 2022 Summer Showcase

Come see the thrilling demonstration of a horse galloping at full speed on the 21-foot equine treadmill. Always a crowd favorite, the demo is sure to get one’s adrenaline-pumping and heart-racing! After the treadmill demonstration, guests will learn all about equine anatomy with RU Wish Bone, the life-sized horse skeleton. This year a new interactive […]

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Heat Stroke Signs from American Association of Equine Practitioners

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Heat Stroke Signs from American Association of Equine Practitioners

Heat Stroke By Steven M. Haugen, DVM, AAEP The body maintains its normal temperature in hot weather by moving heat through the muscles and out through the skin. Blood also removes heat as it circulates through the body and releases it through lung tissue, skin and expanding blood vessels. This is why our own vessels […]

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AAEP Publishes Leptospirosis Guidelines 

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AAEP Publishes Leptospirosis Guidelines 

AAEP The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) has published on its website comprehensive guidelines to educate practitioners about risk factors, transmission, clinical signs, treatment and other considerations pertaining to Leptospirosis, a bacterial disease that can cause acute renal failure, in-utero infection and abortion, and equine recurrent uveitis in infected horses. There are currently more than 35 recognized Leptospira species comprising more […]

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Genetic analysis identifies novel mutation in Standardbred horse

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Genetic analysis identifies novel mutation in Standardbred horse

By Liza Gershony, UC Davis Veterinary Medicine The field of genetics has enabled us to predict susceptibility to heritable diseases and map the genome of many species. Now, modern genetics and the birth of a unique foal in New Zealand has provided a successful example of tracking a mutation at its origin. Today, the journal Animal Genetics, released a […]

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Signs of Moxidectin Resistance

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Signs of Moxidectin Resistance

By Mark Andrews, Equine Science Update Experts have been warning for some time of the danger of ending up with no effective anthelmintics (dewormers). All the available classes of anthelmintic have shown declining efficacy as worms, particularly the cyathostomins (small redworms), become resistant. Moxidectin, a more recent addition to the arsenal is particularly useful for […]

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The Role of the Hind Gut in Laminitis

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The Role of the Hind Gut in Laminitis

Eleanor M. Kellon, VMD, for ECIR Group, Inc. A lot of attention has been directed to bacterial endotoxins, MMP enzyme activators, and fructan or starch fermentation as factors in laminitis, but how much are they really involved? With laminitis, it is usually hormones, not the hind gut. In the “horse broke into the feed bin” scenario, […]

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