An overview of clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment options
These tumors typically present as firm, dome-shaped, black masses in the hairless areas of the body.
Know what to expect and how to react when your horse shows the clinical signs of colic.
Any horse in a consistent training program is a possible candidate to develop windpuffs, and most older horses who have had a long career in competitive sport have them.
Could your horse be suffering from colonic ulcers?
Here's why the check ligament is an important soft-tissue structure in the equine athlete.
Greg Staller, DVM, explains potential causes, treatment options and prognosis for a dressage horse with bog spavin.