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Equine Reproduction Free Virtual Q&A With Dr. Phillip Matthews

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Equine Reproduction Free Virtual Q&A With Dr. Phillip Matthews

Some of the topics explored will be: Embryo Flush, Embryo Transfer, Oocyte Collection (collecting eggs), and ICSI.

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Free Webinar: What Horse Professionals Need to Know About Drug Resistant Parasite Control

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Free Webinar: What Horse Professionals Need to Know About Drug Resistant Parasite Control

The growing reality of drug-resistance in parasites has made managing them a serious concern for horse professionals. Administering a rotational deworming schedule is no longer an adequate way to control parasites and could end up costing you more in the long run.

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Horse Heartburn: Understanding, Preventing, and Treating Gastric Ulcers

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Horse Heartburn: Understanding, Preventing, and Treating Gastric Ulcers

Dr. Tomlinson will discuss the unique aspects of horse physiology that make horses susceptible to developing ulcers. She will also explain common practices that increase risk of ulcers, while offering simple management changes that can reduce risk.

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Understanding Body Condition Scoring- Hands On Help For Your Horses

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Understanding Body Condition Scoring- Hands On Help For Your Horses

Ecker notes that weight alone does not give us enough information, as a fat horse and a well-muscled horse can be of the same weight, but as in humans, muscle weighs more than fat.

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Two Out of Three Competitive Horses Suffer From Stomach Ulcers

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Two Out of Three Competitive Horses Suffer From Stomach Ulcers

With two out of three competitive horses suffering from equine stomach ulcers, horse owners need access to important information about: understanding how ulcers occur, recognizing the clinical signs of ulcers, preventing and treating ulcers, and knowing which products are effective.

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Champion Jumper in Nine-Month Chemotherapy For Lymphoma

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Champion Jumper in Nine-Month Chemotherapy For Lymphoma

One of the competitors at the Devon Horse Show this year will be an unlikely Thoroughbred champion currently undergoing chemotherapy for lymphoma at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center.

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Rotational Grazing ABC’s

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Rotational Grazing ABC’s

As the weather warms up and the grass starts to green, it is tempting to turn horses out on pasture.

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UC Davis Vet Focuses on EHV-1 and Other Equine Infectious Diseases

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UC Davis Vet Focuses on EHV-1 and Other Equine Infectious Diseases

Pusterla’s study, presented at the American Association of Equine Practitioners convention, examined 268 horses from eight outbreaks in six states, including California. The researchers were able to determine several items, including length of infectiousness, common clinical signs, and the most effective method of testing.

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Equine Vets Treat Complicated Infectious Disease Case- Equine Coronavirus

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Equine Vets Treat Complicated Infectious Disease Case- Equine Coronavirus

Once at the VMTH, Drs. Monica Aleman, Krista Estell and Elsbeth Swain, with the Equine Medicine Service, quickly took notice of his symptoms – anorexia, lethargy, fever, diarrhea, colic. All of these are common signs of equine coronavirus (ECoV) infection, a recently discovered contagious disease that has been on the rise in adult horses.

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Reduce Your Risk, and Your Horse’s Risk, of Contracting Mosquito-Borne Diseases

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Reduce Your Risk, and Your Horse’s Risk, of Contracting Mosquito-Borne Diseases

The weather has been wet and soggy and now it’s warming up – a combination which means (among other things): more mosquitoes and a higher risk of mosquito-borne diseases to humans, pets and livestock.

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