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Sarcoid Tumors Linked to Genetic Susceptibility in Horses

A new study led by scientists at the Baker Institute for Animal Health at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine shows genetic differences in immune function partly account for why some horses get sarcoid tumors while others do not.

11 Times Tumblr Summed Up Studying Equine Medicine

It'll leave you wondering how horses are not extinct.

Horse With Colic: Is Surgery Needed?

Why you can't delay whenever colic surgery is possible.

Vet Shares Photo of Mare Adopting Orphaned Foal

After losing her own foal, the mare was eager to adopt the orphan. Dr. Patrick Brogan, who helped bring the two together, captured the moment on camera.

How to Fine-Tune a Horse's Diet to Match Its Medical Needs

Easy ways to support horses diagnosed with chronic conditions through nutrition.

25 Vet Students Receive Scholarships for Leadership, Commitment to Equine Medicine

The students received a combined total of $104,000 in financial support Winner’s Circle Scholarship Program.

Teddy, a Horse, Receives Honorary Veterinary Degree from UC Davis

Dr. Teddy was given a degree as a “Master Equine Educator."

Kansas Vet College to Provide Assessment Service for Feedlots

Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is collaborating with the state’s beef industry to offer free Beef Quality Assurance assessments to Kansas feedlots.

LSU Seeks Horses with Gastric Ulcers

Clinicians at the Louisiana State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital are evaluating a new investigational drug for the treatment of gastric ulcers in horses.

What to Consider After an Equine Field Fracture

Five things to look for.

The Value of Genetic Testing for Equine Practitioners

From registration, breeding to performance, find out three scenarios where horses and their owners benefit from testing.

What You Need to Know About Alternative Medicine for Equines

Find out if you should add it to your vet practice, and what to tell clients about it.

Is a “Healthy” Horse Really Healthy?

Find out why equine obesity has risen over the years.

Miniature Horse Gets Artificial Hoof, New Chance at Life Thanks to CSU Vets

After Shine was attacked by a dog and his leg was injured to the point it needed to be amputated, veterinarians thought he would be a great candidate for a prosthetic.

Merck Animal Health Acquires Rights to Whisper Veterinary Stethoscope System

The device from Minnesota-based Geissler Companies.helps Diagnose Bovine Respiratory disease.

Study: Always Use Pain Meds During Dehorning

Article published in the journal Animal Welfare seeks to raise awareness about the need for pain relief when debudding or dehorning dairy calves.

What’s Good to Put on a Horse’s Wound?

A look at various treatments and dressings.

New Robotic Lifting Device Works to Help Injured Horses

Researchers and engineers from the University of Saskatchewan have created a lifting device that provides mobility, weight distribution and support for healing horses.

Phibro Swine Drug Draws FDA Scrutiny

Questions arise over whether Mecadox leaves trace amounts of a carcinogenic residue in pork.

How to Work With Common Horse Injuries

Pull out all the stops to facilitate your equine patient’s speedy recovery.

Funds Available from USDA for Veterinary Loan Repayment

If veterinarians work in places lacking veterinary resources, they can earn up to $25,000 each year to pay their school loans.

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