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New FDA-Approved Pergolide Product

A new FDA-approved Pergolide product offers options in the management of equine Cushing's disease.


Ambulatory (Mobile Veterinary) Horse Care (AAEP 2011)

Dr. Harry Werner discusses ambulatory, or mobile, veterinary care of horses at the 2011 AAEP Convention.


In-Depth: Equine Lameness (AAEP 2011)

Tim Lynch, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, of Peterson & Smith Equine Hospital, Ocala, Fla., describes lameness topics.


Biologic/Therapeutic Lameness Treatments (AAEP 2011)

New insights on stem cell harvesting, antibiotics with stem cell use, and many more lameness treatments.


Equine Reproduction News (AAEP 2011)

The 2011 AAEP convention featured presentations on many aspects of managing fertility in horses.


Cushing's Disease and Equine Metabolic Syndrome

Three veterinarians discuss equine Cushing's disease, equine metabolic syndrome, and associated laminitis.


Equine Medicine/ Gastrointestinal Issues (AAEP 2011)

Choke, Lawsonia infection, and more topics were discussed during the AAEP's equine medicine/GI session.


Late-Term Mare Care, Foaling, and Young Foal Care

What breeders need to know to keep broodmares healthy and deliver strong, healthy foals.


Joint Therapies In Depth (AAEP 2011)

Dr. Larry Bramlage discusses the latest research on treating joint problems in horses.


Milne Lecture on Epidemiology (AAEP 2011)

Learn how vets and horse owners can more critically and accurately evaluate horse health information.


Endometritis in Mares

Discussion of endometritis in mares, what causes it, how it's treated, and impacts on fertility.


2011 George Stubbs Award Winner: Dr. Sue McDonnell

Sue McDonnell, PhD, Certified AAB, received the 2011 George Stubbs award at the 2011 AAEP Convention.


Treating Lower Respiratory Diseases

Evidence-based approaches to treatment of airway disease in horses such as heaves and IAD.


Intravenous Catheter Care for Horses

How to properly use, care for, and identify problems with intravenous catheters in horses.


Horse Worms: Learning to Live With Them

Are you concerned about worms in your horses? You should be! Learn about new concepts in worm control.


How To Wrap a Horse's Legs

Learn the dos and don'ts of how to wrap/bandage a horse's legs for wound care.


Parasite Study: Winning With Worms

Dr. Martin Nielsen describes a recent study that found some winning racehorses had significant worm burdens.

Vet Procedures

Dentistry in Horses

Horses' teeth are very different from humans, and they need special dental care at least annually.


How to Stretch Your Horse

Learn about why and how to stretch your horse with Dr. Heather Woodruff of Hagyard Equine Medical Institute.


Horse Wounds Part 2: First Aid, Wrapping, and Bandaging

Learn horse wound first aid, including cleaning, antibiotic use, and wrapping/pressure bandage technique.


Horse Wounds Part 1: Types and Assessment

Punctures, lacerations, abrasions, and avulsions, oh my! Learn about the different types of horse wounds.


Muscle Power: Muscle Mass in Growing Equine Athletes

Managing muscle mass in growing athletic horses and in aging horses, includes dietary considerations.


How to Prepare for a Trip With Your Horse

Tips on getting your horse, truck, and trailer ready for a trip, and on hauling horses safely.


Pain Management in Horses

How can you tell if your horse is in pain, and what's the best way to manage that pain? What shouldn't you do?

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