The articles I write primarily deal with the health of the horse. Disease processes, emerging therapies and new technologies all have a bearing on the welfare of our horses. Those […]
For most of us, February is the start of breeding season. With a good number of foals already on the ground, mare owners are eager to get their mares back […]
Vital signs are easy but important diagnostics that tell you if the horse’s systems are functioning correctly.
For horses and people alike, the commonality we share that we can all identify with is back pain. Young or old, athlete or couch potato, back pain is the common denominator we all share.
If the heat is getting to you, chances are it's a lot harder on your horse. Knowing what to look for will help keep your horses safe during times like these.
Last year was bizarre, but Justin High, DVM, and staff have found 2021 to be something else -- busy!
For so many people, having a mare pregnancy checked via ultrasound is a black box that few truly understand.
Taking good care of horses means being able to recognize when they're in pain, and understand how much pain they're feeling. Given they can't talk, that can be a difficult thing to do.
The thought of 2021 has been on the collective minds of us all for many months now and we are finally here. I cannot think of a more anticipated “do-over” since I was a kid playing wiffle ball, but now we are adults – with horses.
As the weather heats up and the land dries out from whatever spring rain you did or did not get, be careful to stop and listen when you go visit the broodmare pasture.