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Do You Know the Seven Holiday Plants That Can Be Poisonous to Your Four-Legged Friends?

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Do You Know the Seven Holiday Plants That Can Be Poisonous to Your Four-Legged Friends?

Here at EquineChronicle.com, we know that horses aren’t the only beloved four-legged creatures in your life. Whether you have a horse show dog or a barn cat, it might be a good idea to check out these tips to make sure that this holiday season is a happy and healthy one for your pet.

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Miniature Pony Dumped in Field With Broken Pelvis Finds a New Home For Christmas

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Miniature Pony Dumped in Field With Broken Pelvis Finds a New Home For Christmas

After a battery of tests by orthopaedic specialists at the RVC, Hamish’s vets are confident that he has a good chance of recovery and will in time be free of pain. But he has a long battle ahead of him.

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Top Tips For Safe Pet Travel

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Top Tips For Safe Pet Travel

It is recommended that you DO NOT give tranquilizers to your pet when traveling by air because it can increase the risk of heart and respiratory problems. Short-nosed dogs and cats sometimes have even more difficulty with travel. Airlines may require a signed statement that your pet has not been tranquilized prior to flying.

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Dr. Virginia Reef to Discuss “Ultrasound Examination of Fetal Well-Being in Late Pregnancy: Is My Foal at Risk?”

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Dr. Virginia Reef to Discuss “Ultrasound Examination of Fetal Well-Being in Late Pregnancy: Is My Foal at Risk?”

During the lecture, Dr. Reef will explain why a diagnostic ultrasound is critical to assessing the viability of a foal in a mare during a high-risk pregnancy. She also will discuss how veterinarians can use findings from the ultrasound to decide when and how to intervene and to prepare for complications.

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Developing Future Leaders For the Equine Industry

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Developing Future Leaders For the Equine Industry

Topics will include networking, relationship-building, decision-making strategies, building coalitions, marketing, industry management, financial and legal strategies, and the socio-economic value of the equine industry.

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American Veterinary Medical Association Celebrates 150 Years, Looks Back at Evolution of the Industry

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American Veterinary Medical Association Celebrates 150 Years, Looks Back at Evolution of the Industry

“The American Veterinary Medical Association over its past 150 years has really been an advocate of promoting animal health. It started off that veterinarians were taking care of horses. The number of veterinarians involved in equine medicine was 80% in 1900, but when the car came along in 1920, it was down to 10%.”

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Three Participants Horses to be Started Under Saddle by Guy McLean, Stacy Westfall, and Richard Winters During Ohio Equine Affaire’s New “Foundation First” Clinics

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Three Participants Horses to be Started Under Saddle by Guy McLean, Stacy Westfall, and Richard Winters During Ohio Equine Affaire’s New “Foundation First” Clinics

Guy McLean, Stacy Westfall, and Richard Winters will be presenting Foundation First clinics over the four days of the event. Each will train one unbroke horse to be ridden, and attendees and horse owners will be able to observe their progress through daily clinics.

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Horse Side Vet Guide®, Unique Mobile Veterinary Application For Horse Owners & Equine Professionals

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Horse Side Vet Guide®, Unique Mobile Veterinary Application For Horse Owners & Equine Professionals

Initially launched in August of this year for the iPhone, HSVG is designed to help caretakers of horses (and other equines) make better health-care decisions for their horses. In just four months, HSVG has been downloaded in more than 26 countries, and it has been ranked as a Top 25 reference app in iTunes in 12 countries.

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The Equine Industry: Are We Making Progress for the Future or Just Following the Footsteps of the Past?

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The Equine Industry: Are We Making Progress for the Future or Just Following the Footsteps of the Past?

This January, Equine Guelph will be providing students with the opportunity to re-examine their knowledge regarding equine welfare with its online course, The Equine Industry.

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Pet Talk: Eye Injuries in Horses—Something to Look Out For

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Pet Talk: Eye Injuries in Horses—Something to Look Out For

“There are several features of the equine eye that makes it quite vulnerable to injury and anatomical features of the equine skull that contribute to this increased risk for injury,” said Dr. Leslie Easterwood

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