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Horse Injuries, Wound Care, and Lameness

Answering 6 Questions About Equine Osteoarthritis

Early on in her training, the mare was labeled as a hot off-track Thoroughbred, but was that really her M.O.?…

1 year ago

PEMF Equine Therapy

My Spanish Mustang gelding, Rio, is pretty stoic; it takes a lot for him to complain. When I realized the…

1 year ago

Vet Adventures: When a Horse Favors a Leg

The elderly gray Appaloosa craned her neck to watch me as I gently ran my hand over the hard swelling…

2 years ago

Tips for Treating an Equine Eye Ulcer

You’ve probably felt that moment of panic. Your horse comes in from the field with a squinty, red, tearing, swollen…

2 years ago

How Horses Communicate Pain

Besides not being able to talk, horses are flight animals and have an instinctual ability to hide pain. So, how…

2 years ago

Common Off-Track Thoroughbred Injuries

In addition to finding the right personality and ability when searching for your next equine partner, oftentimes it feels like…

2 years ago

Vet Adventures: Taking in Olaf

Dr. Diehl describes in her Vet Adventures column what happens next in life to a gray horse with a serious…

2 years ago

Funky Feet: 5 Serious Hoof Conditions

The hooves of horses are a remarkable thing. Strong and tough, yet also delicate, their health affects your entire horse’s…

2 years ago

Working with Pain in Horses

Ann Wallin, a certified neuromovement practitioner trained in the Anat Baniel Method, lives to improve riders and horses using Feldenkrais…

3 years ago

Soft Tissue Injury in Horses

Soft tissue injury in horses is eventually encountered by most equestrians, and there’s often a dilemma for the owner if…

3 years ago