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Heart murmurs in horses

Understanding heart murmurs from both a conventional and TCVM perspective will help you make the best decisions for your horse’s health. Researchers estimate that anywhere...

How the NASC is protecting equine health, one supplement company at...

The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) is improving and standardizing the animal supplement industry by awarding their Quality Seal to companies that meet their...

Study confirms exercise benefits for dieting horses

We know that exercise is important, but this new study confirms exactly how it can benefit dieting horses. Is your horse overweight? A new study...

Maintaining horse well-being in an Equine-Assisted Learning setting

Horses in Equine-Assisted Learning environments do so much to improve the welfare of humans – but these programs can take a toll on the...

Checking your horse’s hay and haylage

Hay and haylage are a vital part of your horse’s diet, so it is important to provide optimal quality.  Learn how to evaluate your...

14 first aid kit essentials for your equine

Horses are notorious for throwing us curve balls. Having a well-stocked first aid kit on hand can make all the difference in an emergency....

Equine gastric ulcers

What do we really know about equine gastric ulcers? For horse caretakers and their veterinarians, gastric ulcers are all too familiar, yet not very...

Four important things to know about laser therapy

Laser therapy for horses is a drug-free, surgery-free, non-invasive therapy that can be applied to most conditions that are painful, swollen or not healing. ...

One Planet, One Health – human, equine and ecosystem wellness

When we consider the connections between human, equine and ecosystem health, a more holistic, integrated understanding of wellness emerges. The “One Health” approach is...

The importance of incisors and their effect on the whole horse

The length and angle of your horse’s incisors must stay consistent throughout his life because they affect the TMJ and molars, which in turn...