Dr. Anne Dwyer talks about American Association for Equine Practitioners' plans for 2013
Dr. Shannon Findley discusses the causes and possible treatment of cellulitis, a serious systemic infection.
In this live audio event our experts answer your questions about mares foaling and neonate health.
Guest Dr. Amy Gill answers old horse nutrition questions submitted by users of TheHorse.com.
Experts answered your questions about young horse health issues and management during this audio event.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones joins the show live from American Association of Equine Practitioners conference
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones presents causes of equine blindness and how to manage horses that have lost their sight.
Equine nutrition, hydration, exercise, blanketing, and respiratory health can be concerns as temperatures dip.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones explains how you can protect your horse from equine influenza.
Dr. Nora Grenager talks about the 2012 Laminitis Conference and what results from the event.
Dr. David Horohov joins us from the 2012 International Conference on Equine Infectious Disease.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative and career-compromising disease in horses.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones discusses how physical therapy can help horses heal post injury.
Dr. Erin Denney-Jones explains how X rays work as a diagnostic tool.
Dr. Mandy Ahrens talks about bone fragility syndrome, a mysterious disease of some horses in California.
Dr. Allison Stewart discusses the threat of rabies in horses and how to protect horses and humans.
Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (PPID, or equine Cushing’s disease) is a common endocrine disorder.
What do you do if your horse won’t sweat? Dr. Erin Jenny-Jones discusses anhidrosis in horses.
Veterinary experts answer questions about mosquito-borne diseases and your horse.
Whether you’re transporting horses long distance or short, it’s important to keep them safe and healthy.
The recording of the Ask the Vet LIVE event on stall rest and rehabilitation from June 21, 2012, is online now
Discussion of fungi, bacteria, and viruses to allergens, insects, and who-knows-what.