Veterinarians are leaving equine practice, and the emergency pager is a major reason why. Learn how you can make a difference.
Take an active part in helping your veterinarian stay safe and happy in equine practice.
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.
With countless brands of saddle pads on the market, how do you know which pad is the right option for your horse? Dr. Marianne Marshall-Gibson, DVM, MS, cVMA, CAC explains what she looks for when selecting a saddle pad.
Help protect your horse from infectious disease with our practical guide to clean-up strategies.
Does your horse have nasal discharge? Learn what could be causing it and the steps to take to get him back on the road to health.
Low bows are serious tendon injuries that must be taken care of immediately. Learn how to care for tendon injuries and what the prognosis will be.
Which questions should you avoid asking of your online horse community? Here are three common queries to steer clear from, plus some general help-seeking advice.
If you’ve got a horse who needs daily injections during an illness, try these tips for your horse’s comfort and your confidence.
Think you’ve seen it all? Just wait until you hear about the unusual things I’ve encountered in my equine veterinary practice—and what you can learn from them.
Does your horse panic at the sight of a needle and syringe? Learn why he says "whoa, no way!" to needles and how to solve this frustrating (sometimes dangerous) problem.
Recipes for common horse care first-aid solutions.
Dr. Karen Hayes, DVM, MS, discusses whether or not to feed your horse garlic as a feed supplement or fly repellent.