Learn how to recognize subtle signs and offer your horse an early intervention for equine Cushing's disease.
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Care for horses under the age of 4 with their future health and performance in mind.
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- Why Does My Horse Yawn During Bridling?
- Normal Horse Vitals Signs and Health Indicators
- Normal Horse Temperature, Heart Rate, Breathing Rate
- Hoof Abscesses in Horses
- Managing Young Horses
- What Does Your Horse's Stool Say?
- From Incident to Outbreak
- Why Does a Horse Lie Down?
- Bute for Old Bones
- Taking a Horse's Heart Rate
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have a 38-year-old grade gelding with huge, arthritic knees. He fell three weeks ago. X rays show nothing broken or fractured. My veterinarian wants him on phenylbutazone forever. Is there anything else that could help him with no side effects?
If you choose to volunteer in an emergency or disaster situation, consider these important factors before loading up and leaving.
- Equine Emergency-Evacuation Kit Checklist
- Equine Functional Electronic Stimulation (FES)
- The Golden Years: Caring for the Senior Horse
- How To Handle a Disease Outbreak
- Athletes to Trail Warriors: Caring for the Adult Horse
- 12 Signs of Good Equine Health
- Horse Health Parameters Form
- Top 5 Stretches for Healthy Horses