Amanda Martabano House, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

Amanda Martabano House, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, is an assistant professor in the department of large animal clinical sciences at the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine.

Articles by Amanda House

Why Does My Horse Drool so Much?

Could my horse's drool be because of an allergy or behavioral problem? Read More

Vaccinations Table Topic (AAEP 2010)

New developments in vaccines and current literature on equine immunizations were the focus of discussion at the vaccination Table Topic during the 2010 American Association of Equine Practitioners Convention, held Dec. 4-8 in Baltimore, Md. The Read More

Recurrent Colic Diagnosis

Recurrent colic in horses can be caused by parasites, ulcers, sand buildup, impactions, and other factors. Read More

Recurrent Colic Diagnosis for Horses

Recurrent colic is typically defined as three or more episodes of transient or prolonged colic occurring over a period of months or upwards of a year. Although a practitioner cannot always determine a definitive etiology without exploratory surgery Read More

Rabies Vaccination in Pregnant Mares

Q: Can you address off-label use of the rabies vaccine in late-term broodmares? My therio vet won't give it because it's off-label usage. So I arrange for another vet in her practice to vaccinate my late-term mares. I can't imagine my foals not Read More

TheHorse.com en Español: ¿Podemos Prevenir las Paperas?

This is one of a series of articles translated as part of our partnership with A Caballo, an equine publication based in Mexico, and Jorge Murga, DVM. Kee Read More

Can We Prevent Strangles?

Strangles is a dreaded disease for horse owners. It is caused by bacterial infection with Streptococcus equi subspecies equi (referred to as S. equi). The bacteria typically infect the upper airway and lymph nodes of the head Read More

Septicemia in Foals

Everyone is excited about the newest addition on the farm. Care of your neonate should be easy, since foals are just small horses, right? Well, not exactly--especially when it comes to certain medical conditions. For example, foals are more Read More