The surgery to correct laryngeal hemiplegia---roaring---is safe and effective. But it’s scary when it’s your horse under the knife.
New research suggests equine influenza virus is zoonotic
Sometimes coughing is harmless, but it may be the first sign of serious trouble. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Pops and clicks from knees, ankles and hocks are usually nothing to worry about.
Three simple ways to make sure your horse stays hydrated.
When temperatures are soaring and humidity is high, even normal activities can lead to heat exhaustion. If that happens, you’ll need to take quick action to save his life.
When your horse develops an obstruction in his esophagus, doing the wrong thing can turn a relatively minor event into a potentially life-threatening problem.
They may look harmless enough on the surface, but puncture wounds can lead to serious infections and other complications.
A misstep every now and again isn't much to worry about, but some types of stumbles warrant immediate attention.
A horse coping with gastric ulcers may not always show outward signs of discomfort, but you can calculate his risk by taking a closer look at how he is managed.
Here's a rundown of common hoof defects, ranked from least troubling to most serious.
Here’s a practical guide to care leather needs and when it needs it.
Your horse has vanished and someone else is responsible. But if the police deem the case a civil matter, recovering your horse will be much more difficult, if not impossible. Don’t let this happen to you.
Make the most of your time in the wash stall with three simple techniques.
Watch Melinda Freckleton, DVM, demonstrate these vital veterinary skills every horse owners needs.
A wide array of therapeutic options can help ease equine back pain.
Consider these three things when your horse has a wound and the temperature is below freezing.
Don't let the bitter cold deter you from soaking your horse's hay. Here's a safe, easy way to prevent the water from freezing.
Watery eyes are often caused by blocked tear ducts, which can be remedied with a simple veterinary procedure.
Mealtime can cause an uproar in a barn full of horses. Try these tips for some bring peace and quiet.