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Care & Management of the Growing Foal (Newborn): Part 1

This is the first of two articles on the young foal from birth to weaning.  The purpose of the first article is to take a short journey from the separation Read More

Camping & Packing with Your Horse: A Veterinarian’s Perspective

The most common veterinary emergencies on the trail are colic, wounds (including rope burns), lameness, and “tying up.” While accidents happen to even the best-prepared, thinking ahead and knowing the Read More

Bute & Banamine®: Commonly Used & Misused in Horses

“Hey Doc… my horse has been colicky since last night. I gave her some Banamine® and she seemed OK for a while, but now she doesn’t look so good…”  This scenario is Read More

Back Problems in Horses: Understanding a Mysterious Part of Equine Anatomy

While back pain is poorly understood in human medicine, equine back pain is even more difficult to comprehend, diagnose and treat.  We start with an animal who can’t tell us Read More

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