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Navicular Bursar

Once a diagnosis of a problem with the navicular bone, the deep digital flexor tendon or one of the other….

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New Born Foal Facts!

Suck Reflex should be present within 5-10 minutes of birth Trying to stand within 30 minutes Standing within approximately 60….

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Foaling The Mare

Foaling the MareMost mares foal without complication, however it is important that they are monitored regularly as the foaling becomes….

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Respiratory Conditions

Diseases and Disorder of Youngstock – Respiratory Conditions(By Ed Lyall, BVetMed, CertEM (StudMed), MRCVS) Young horses are like children where….

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Caring for the Young Horse

Caring for the Young Horse (Redworms) It is important to monitor worm egg counts and to appropriately treat with anthelmintics…..

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Coping with Sweet Itch

Coping with SweetItch   (By Pauline Williams, BSc, MSc,MA,VetMB, Cert EM (Int Med), MRCVS)   Sweet itch is a skin….

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Identifying Joint Disease

 Identifying Joint Disease Joint pain can be mild to severe; even mild joint pain that is unnoticeable in terms of….

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Joint Disease Treatment

Joint Disease Treatment Once the problem joint has been identified, the next step is to formulate a treatment plan. The….

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Laminitic Horse

Caring for the Laminitic Horse (By Ed Lyall, BVetMed, CertEM (StudMed), MRCVS) Laminitis is a painful condition involving inflammation of….

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