Dr. Stacey Oke explains what omega fatty acids are and how they play a role in the horse's diet.
Dr. Amber Labelle discusses common equine eye diseases, their causes, symptoms, and treatments.
A leading researcher answers questions about your horse's behavior.
Dr. Amber Labelle shares information about common eye injuries in horses and how they are treated.
Learn more about obesity in horses and how to tell if your horse is overweight.
Learn how to protect your horses from this invisible, scentless killer.
Learn how to keep your arthritic horse sound, comfortable, and in work using best management practices.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones answers a listener’s question about false pregnancies in mares.
Learn about ivermectin toxicity in dogs and how to protect them when you’re deworming horses.
Learn about the possible health benefits of soaking hay from The Horse contributor Dr. Stacey Oke.
Dr. Amber LaBelle of the University of Illinois talks about the equine eye and how horses see.
Get the scoop on the American Association of Equine Practitioners' updated parasite control guidelines.
A disease once considered a West Coast problem, veterinarians report that pigeon fever is on the move east.
It's hot out there! Learn how to keep your horse cool and comfortable on even the most scorching days.
Get your questions answered and learn about the latest advances in horse dental care in this live event.
Our experts answer your questions about vaccinations and immunity.
Our veterinary experts answer your questions about botulism in horses, which can be deadly in adult animals.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones discusses stallion fertility and stallion breeding exams.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones talks about mare fertility and mare breeding soundness exams.
Our experts answer your questions about ulcers, GI tract problems, and general "tummy troubles" in horses.
From digestion to infectious disease, Dr. Erin Denney-Jones discusses what horse poop tells us about health.
Special Edition: We address current EHV-1 cases in North America and offer information to protect your horses.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones gives us a refresher on equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1)