Showing the single result
The veterinary technician is often the primary staff member responsible for overseeing recovery from anesthesia.
Two unvaccinated Tennessee Walking Horses from Lewis County are recovering. So far in 2018, 11 Kentucky horses have tested positive for WNV.
What is the long-term prognosis for a young horse losing a tooth prematurely?
The post My Horse Lost a ‘Baby Tooth.’ Should I Be Concerned? appeared first on The Horse.
Learn how smart trimming and shoeing techniques can help arthritic horses.
Flying Eyes, a line of sunglasses Summer Hawk Optics, Inc., announced a safety improvement to its existing Golden Eagle Sport and Hawk Convertible frames for equestrians. The two frames are now certified to meet ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 safety standards.
Cranial nuchal bursitis occurs when nuchal ligament (located near the horse's poll) bursae become inflamed and sometimes infected. It generally causes pain, limited head and neck flexion, and poor performance.
The post Surgery Often Trumps Medicine for Treating Cranial Nuchal Bursitis in Horses appeared first on The Horse.
The equine genomics research community has outlined how to face the challenges associated with translating Horse Genome Project outcomes into clinical practice to benefit horses.
The post Researchers Define Genomics Applications in the Horse Industry appeared first on The Horse.
There's not one particular approach for rehabilitating injured joints. Here are a few of the options vets have to use.
The Horse and Dechra Veterinary Products have partnered to help educate horse owners during National Bone and Joint Health Awareness Week, October 15-21, 2018.
The post <em>The Horse</em>, Dechra Partner for Equine Bone and Joint Health Awareness Week appeared first on The Horse.