Once found mainly in California, this bacterial infection has now been documented in 25 states across the country. Here are 6 little known or sometimes forgotten facts about the infection.
Call your veterinarian at the first signs of abdominal pain---but as you wait, take steps to keep your horse comfortable and prevent his condition from getting worse.
Blistering and peeling on the pink skin are signs of a serious and painful reaction to sun exposure.
Previously unknown in adult horses, this gastrointestinal virus has been responsible for more than a dozen outbreaks across the United States and overseas in the last five years. Here’s how you can protect your horse.
Progress has been made in the detection and treatment of this potentially debilitating neurological disease, but much remains to be done. Here’s where we stand.
Through a series of groundbreaking studies aided by selfless horse owners, a researcher is beginning to understand this rare but devastating neurological condition.
Protect the skin on your horse's pasterns and fetlocks from painful chapping during the wet spring months.
Ringworm can easily be mistaken for girth gall.
A sudden decrease in turnout time may take a physical toll on your horse.
Prevention and early recognition are the keys to protecting your horse against Lyme disease.