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DVM Madalyn Ward

Iodine is used in the body for the production of thyroid hormones, T3 and T4. These hormones play a major role in regulating the metabolism of the horse. Ingested iodine is converted in the digestive tract to iodide and absorbed into the body. Read more

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Flaring mouth-smell

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The Wood horse is full of life. He is strong and athletic. He loves to run and play hard. He likes to work but also wants his work to challenge him. Read more

Equine Wellness

Vaccinations are not easy on horses. There are toxins in the vaccines that are added to bring out a strong response from the immune system. Read more

Equine Wellness

Lameness exam

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Luckily there are 3 steps to holistic care of horse lameness: Read more

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Watching the health of a senior horse decline is not only difficult to bear, but is also avoidable. Taking certain easily-managed steps to care for your senior horse holistically can mean the difference between suffering and enjoyable old-age. Read more

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Older performance horses may have joints that make noises for several reasons. Read more

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With many parts of the country experiencing extreme and unusual weather this spring, now’s a good time to talk about the best types of horse feed and supplements to help horses cope with this kind of unexpected weather. Read more

Equine Wellness

When faced with an outbreak of a serious disease such as the equine herpes virus, you can take some comfort in knowing you have a holistic horse health program in place Read more

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Horses are no different. Like a truck, a horse's body will suffer from wear and tear over time, and need supplements and feed above and beyond hay and oats to stay healthy. Read more

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Horse in field

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What do you do if you put your horse on a very strict diet to control his weight but he is not getting any thinner? Read more

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