Learn about scientific advancements that are helping veterinarians better assess lameness in horses.
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While Bute was more effective at label dose, one vet says new dosing firocoxib recommendations could impact the results.
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- Limitations and Advances in Lameness Assessment
- Bute, Firocoxib Compared for Alleviating Hoof Lameness
- New Referral Scheme Launched to Help Combat Saddle Problems
- How Can I Tell if My Horse is in Pain?
- Understanding the Biomechanics of Lameness
- Developing the Sport Horse: The Importance of Hydration
- Infographic: Basic Principles of Conditioning
- Where Did Horses' Extra Toes Go?
- Rehabilitating Horses with Back Problems
- Researchers Define Botulism Survival Rates in Adult Horses
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
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