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Explaining Equine Canker

A veterinary expert describes how he treats this stubborn, smelly hoof condition. | MORE

Winter Wood Chewing in Horses

When the weather turns cold and wet, some horse may be more prone to chewing on wood. Here's how you can discourage that destructive behavior. | MORE

The Safest Way to Feed a Herd

Try these tips to safely feed every horse in a herd at the same time. | MORE

Why Is My Horse Drooling?

When your horse is producing puddles of saliva, there are a few possible explanations to consider. | MORE

Recognizing Radial Nerve Paralysis in Horses

Although it may look like a broken leg, radial nerve paralysis typically has a less dire diagnosis. | MORE

“Blowing Up” a Girthing Myth

Horses do not hold their breath to avoid girth tightening, but it is still important to take steps to ensure your tack is secure. | MORE

When your Horse Whinnies Too Much

Try these tips to silence an overly "talkative" horse whose whinnies are a distraction | MORE

Treatments for Headshaking Horses

A veterinary expert explains the physiologic cause behind headshaking in horses and possible remedies that may provide relief. | MORE

EQUUS Special Report: Help Your Horse Survive Colic

Thanks to advances in diagnosis and treatment, more horses are surviving colic than ever before. In this EQUUS Special Report, first published in August 2011, we take a closer look at the latest approaches to colic care and outline how you, as an owner, can help your veterinarian increase your horse's odds for a quick recovery. | MORE

When to Bandage Your Horse’s Wound

Consider these three criteria when determining if a wound on your horse would be better off bandaged. | MORE

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