Normal Aging or PPID?
Don’t be fooled by the symptoms of this serious hormonal disorder, more commonly known as Cushing’s disease.
Shivers in Sporthorses
Potential causes and effects of this ill-defined movement disorder.
The Value of Preventive Performance Exams for Your Sporthorse
How your horse can benefit from these routine soundness evaluations
What My Dressage Horse’s Spine Taught Me About Her Heart
DT's Lindsay Paulsen shares her journey of owning a horse who was recently diagnosed with kissing spine.
The Use of Shockwave and Laser Therapies for Performance Horses
How noninvasive therapies can be used to treat and prevent injuries in your equine partner
Understanding Equine Melanoma
These tumors typically present as firm, dome-shaped, black masses in the hairless areas of the body.
What Causes a Hoof Abscess?
Lisa Borzynski, DVM answers this reader question, explaining that hoof abscess occurs when bacteria and debris gain entry into the hoof.
Colonic Ulcers in the Dressage Horse
Recent research developments are shifting some of the focus from gastric ulceration to hindgut ulceration
What Your Horse’s Tail Says About His Health
Your horse’s tail can be a barometer for many different issues going on in the body.
What to Do When Your Horse Colics
Know what to expect and how to react when your horse shows the clinical signs of colic.