Hemp products—CBD supplements—are trending for humans, but have you thought about using them for your horse? Learn how hemp may help your horse.
If your horse lives at pasture or is turned out much of the time, a run-in shed can provide him with shelter from winter’s storms and summer’s heat and flies.
Here we sat down with Tom Lenz, DVM, MS, DACT, to discuss his longtime involvement in the horse industry. Dr. Lenz is passionate about animal welfare and the humane treatment of horses.
Cold therapy (or “icing”) for your horse’s legs can treat new injuries, manage old ones, and help to prevent future ones from developing.
Advances in equine health care have extended the potential lifespan of senior horses. What you should expect as yours grows older?
Learn what blood titers mean, including what they can—and can’t—tell you about your horse’s health.
Find horse blindness solutions and learn to care for him in a way that keeps him safe from injury and happy to be alive.
Fecal tests for parasite eggs have become a crucial part of any effective deworming program. Here’s how to ensure that those tests are accurate and meaningful.
Does your horse have hoof problems? Review basic management strategies first, then consider the additional help your horse’s feet may need.
If your horse has a blemish or swelling, should you call the vet? Arm yourself with information to make the right choice.
Does your horse need extra electrolytes during these hot summer months? If he’s sweating a lot, he probably does. Read on.
You, your horse, our environment—the health of all are interconnected, and every action has a consequence. We dare you to make a difference with our Six-Month ‘One Health’ Challenge.
Get your mount in shape for trail rides this spring and summer.
Don’t get stuck with a muddy, messy, unhealthy living space for your horse this winter. Learn top tips for mud control from a veterinarian who’s seen it all.
Learn what blood tests are most meaningful to your veterinarian—and what basic lab work will (or won’t) tell you about your horse’s health.
An owner seeks answers about her gelding’s puzzling behavior.
Learn about the underlying causes that may be the source of your horse's tail rubbing.
Problems in your horse’s neck can cause a wide range of confusing signs. These steps will help you sort things out.
Your horse’s fly protection getup may have a gap.
We all know fly masks protect against flies. It’s in the name, right? But nowadays they can do a lot more.
It may look worrisome, but in most cases swelling in a horse’s lower legs can be managed with a few simple steps.