Whether diagnosed with insulin dysregulation or not, older horses need a diet and management plan to minimize risks such as laminitis.
Strangles, the 'strep throat' of horses is caused by a Streptococcus bacterium and is highly contagious.
Research shows that horses can be infected by equine herpes viruses in water long after the animals shedding the virus are gone.
Hemp seeds are high in the quality protein and fatty acids your horse needs to maintain and repair healthy tissues.
While dogs are vaccinated against rabies without question, the majority of horses – who are often at higher risk – are not vaccinated.
Lifestyle management and nutrition can go a long way in preventing colic.
The purpose of a sweat bandage on a horse's leg is to generate heat, add pressure and provide support.
Read article to learn important information that will help you determine if a new foal is healthy or in distress.
Behavior and performance changes may prompt further investigation related to stomach ulcers when horse is "off" his game.
Spring allergies tend to strike horses as soon as the weather begins to warm resulting in the immune system releasing histamines that lead to rashs, hives, and sores.