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  • What is a pre-purchase examination? At its core, it is an examination to determine the current health status of a horse being considered for purchase...

  • Historically, the most effect way to control parasites was believed to be by deworming every 8 weeks with a rotation of the class of active ingredient used. This incorrect approach has resulted in...

  • ADR. A highly technical term describing any variety of maladies affecting equines from attitude problems to performance issues to poor body condition...

  • Having just seen my farrier for service on four horses, it gave me plenty of time to visit with him and listen to his side of the story. There is a lot that goes into a successful visit...

  • When planning a veterinary call to a barn, addressing key points can offer the best chance that you, your veterinarian, and, most importantly, your horses are served effectively...

  • While advances in equine dentistry have created an area of specialty in veterinary medicine with technological improvements in equipment and facilities...

  • The “kid” horse represents the most valuable equine out there. Searching for one can mean frustration, disappointment, and the realization that “kid” does in no way mean “cheap”...