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Lisa Kemp

The days-old foal is usually left behind; equine insurance to cover a newborn foal traveling with his mom is frequently cost-prohibitive, and the travel itself can be risky. Read more

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Dr. Rhiannon Fenton

Did you know that in early morning hours worm larvae will crawl to the top of a blade of grass, then descend to the roots once the temperature heats up? Read more

Equine Wellness

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iridologists use them as the avenue into the body. Applied to human health analysis for centuries, iridology is now being used as a tool to support equine health. Read more

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A successful ramp-up of activity in the spring will be determined by your horse’s hoof health over the coming months. Take action now to get feet in tip-top shape, and keep them healthy for your horse’s lifetime. Read more

Hoof Care

Are you curious about infrared, laser , ceramic fabric, and magnetic therapies? Read more

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Pigeon fever, while not necessarily life-threatening, is highly contagious. Once introduced into the environment, the hardy bacterium that causes it is difficult to eliminate, resulting in unpredictable future outbreaks. Read more

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The symptoms typically thought of as hypothyroid (lethargic, overweight, non-shedding) are more often symptoms of other diseases or conditions, not an underactive thyroid. Running the proper tests and identifying the correct issues is essential. Read more

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Deworming is still necessary, but understanding how parasite resistance develops, and the latest guidance on equine parasite management, can guide you in making safe and effective choices for your horse Read more

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One California-based equine rescue facility is helping economically challenged horse owners with a new approach to end-of-life issues Read more

Equine Wellness

Older horses are like puzzles; many aspects of their care require careful observation and sleuthing Read more

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