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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.

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.

Straight from the Horse's Mouth: Antibiotics, Antifungals, Antivirals

When it comes to these drugs, there's a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding. Here's what you need to know.

EMS: Another Case for Diet and Exercise in Equines

When dealing with equine metabolic syndrome, reducing starches, turning out horses with a grazing muzzle and increasing daily exercise goes a long way toward treating it.

Virus Hits Livestock Hard in Colorado, Texas

Vesicular stomatitis has been confirmed in 11 Texas counties and eight counties in Colorado.

Pre-Veterinary Program Launches At Centenary College

Centenary College will begin offering a pre-veterinary degree program for students interested in the field.

Ceva Animal Health Gallops Into Equine Market

Altresyn, ConfidenceEQ and Tildren are among the first products offered through Ceva’s new equine division.

Drug Makers, Compounders at Odds Over FDA Oversight

The Animal Health Institute says “drugs crafted by pharmacies acting as manufacturers” are dangerous and illegal.

The Pros And Cons of Equine Probiotics

Probiotics have come to the equine market. Veterinarians weigh in on the good and bad of probiotics and horses.

Soring Bill At Risk As Congressional Term Winds Down

The AVMA- and AAPE-backed PAST Act would amend the Horse Protection Act by making the actual act of soring illegal.

How to Recognize Pain in Horses

The first step to treating a horse in pain is to recognize that pain. Find out how.

Tips for Better Equine Radiographs

Dr. Waldsmith lists common mistakes and offers advice on smarter, more informed digital imaging equipment purchasing.

Equine Nasal Strips Do Work, Kansas State Reports

A study determined that equine nasal strips "tent" the airway and hold it open, protecting the lungs.

4 Horses Die After Receiving Compounded EPM Drug

Adverse events were reported in two Kentucky horses and eight Florida horses that received a pyrimethamine-toltrazuril combination.
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