Understand Hot and Cold Therapy

Your horse is injured, and you’re not sure if you should be running for hot water or an ice pack. Which is best, and when do you use it? H&R contributing editor and Oregon-based... Read More

Remedy for a Chafed Penis?

A new gelding’s problematic penis needs a vet’s attention and gentle cleansing. Read More

Key Considerations in Wound Care

An owner asks about wound severity, the usefulness of ointments, and causes of white-hair scarring. Read More

Horse Health by the Season

by Barb Crabbe, DVM Winter, spring, summer, or fall…all you’ve got to do is remember what your horse needs to stay healthy. Our seasonal guide will help you. Read More

'Old Horse' Quiz

Identify changes in your horse's health as he ages. This 20-question quiz from Equine Guelph helps you understand general management, hoof care, nutrition, dental care, and diseases and disorders in the senior horse. Read More

Wound-Assessment Q&A

Here’s how to evaluate the relative severity of a wound while you wait for your vet to arrive. Read More

Tales of Terror!

by Barb Crabbe, DVM These true stories from my files will make you rethink safety around the barn. Read More

Temperature Tips

Exercise can cause a normal rise in your horse's temperature, especially if he's exercising in the heat. If you fear he's overheated, it might be wise to take his temperature. Here's how. Read More

Own the Perfect Patient

by Barb Crabbe, DVM Teach your horse seven essential skills that will put him right on top of your vet’s ‘favorite patient’ list. Read More

Protection From the Long Haul

by Alexis Bennett Leg support ensures that your horse arrives at his destination with his best legs beneath him. Read More

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