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Your horse may suffer from this condition. What are the symptoms and how do you manage a horse with PSSM more »

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Thrush, a foul-smelling black pus, can sometimes be found in the horse's hoof. Monique Craig of the Epona Institute, writes on how to diagnose thrush, how to treat it and how to avoid it. more »

Hoof Care

As the 2015 show season approaches, horse owners should be considering ways to help protect their horses’ health while traveling. Sign up today for notification of confirmed disease outbreaks with "Outbreak Alert" more »

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During fall and winter the risk of colic in the horse is particularly high. more »

Equine Wellness

This spring the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) in College Station invested in new equipment that will improve laboratory efficiency and accuracy. more »

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Turnout is exercise. Horses on 24-hour turnout walk an average of 3-5 miles a day. Exercise helps build muscle and increases circulation to the feet. Interaction with other horses increases play time – a positive mental aspect. more »

Equine Wellness

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Cataracts are white, cloudy or crystal-looking opaque lenses inside the horse’s eye. The cornea remains clear and there are seldom any signs of pain, inflammation or discomfort more »

Equine Wellness

Because we are a “living system” and are habiting in other living systems, we are all influencing each other with subtle electromagnetic waves whether we recognize it or not. more »

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