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What You Need to Know About Rabies in Horses

Find out what horses are at risk, and what signs to look for.

Zoetis Unveils New Drugs for Dogs, Horses

A flea and tick preventive is coming to Europe, while U.S. vets will get an H3N2 flu vaccine and an equine Lepto vaccine.

New Test Identifies Troublesome Equine Foods

A saliva test checks a horse’s sensitivity to everything from alfalfa and apples to sugar beets and wheat.

How Equine Dental Care Can Give Your Business a Boost

Find out how it will demonstrate your expertise to your clients and provide a valuable service.

University of Florida Launches Equine Online Course

The undergraduate course will include many aspects of the horse: from common health issues and anatomy to history of the species and an understanding of equine-related business and research.

How to Feed Horses With Metabolic Challenges

A brief overview.

OSU Opens Gaylord Center for Excellence in Equine Health

The center will allow Oklahoma State University veterinarians the capability to offer horse owners more treatment options.

Proper Imaging Techniques for Horses

Find out how radiography can benefit your practice.

Equine Veterinarian Aiming for Olympics

Dr. Fernando Cardenas is a show jumper when he’s not treating horses.

Livestock Pose Giant Threat to British Vets

Many large animal veterinarians are injured on the job, a BVA survey finds.

It’s B-a-a-c-k! Livestock Virus Returns

Cases are reported in Texas, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.

What's New in Equine Endometritis, Placentitis and Cloning

Issues in equine reproduction today may be as numerous as the potential advancements tomorrow.

More Options for Bad Joints in Aging Pets

Veterinarians discuss their preferred treatments.

Anti-Vax And Your Clients: Tips For Communication

With reports of a measles outbreak spreading beyond the gates Disneyland to multiple states, this could be a good time to remind horse owners about the importance of vaccinations.

First-Class Animal Transit Hub Coming to JFK

Dogs, horses, cattle and other animals will be processed and receive veterinary care at The Ark at JFK starting in 2016.

What Mobile Equine Vets Want

Find out what equipment are must-haves and what's on the dream list for the equine vet on the go.

$42.5 Million Gift to Fund Regenerative Research at CSU

The largest gift in Colorado State University history will produce the Institute for Biologic Translational Therapies.

FDA Approves Equine Lameness Drug

Tildren (tiludronate disodium) is an intravenous solution for the treatment of the most common cause of chronic forelimb lameness in horses.

Why You Can Benefit From Using the “EyePhone” on the Job

Smartphone cameras and ocular photography can go hand-and-hand as app technology evolves.

Hunkering Down: How To Prepare Horses For Winter

Your clients know that winter weather is coming, but are they prepared to adjust their horses’ feeding programs to keep up with the seasons?

Therapy Lasers for Horses: Another Tool in the Toolbox?

Lasers can be used to help heal wounds, repair tissue damage and more, and can be seen as another tool to help veterinarians.
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