Both NSAIDs induced GI tract inflammation, but phenylbutazone might result in more severe inflammation in the lower GI tract. The post Bute vs. Firocoxib: Which NSAID Results in More Severe Gastric Ulcers? appeared first on The Horse.
While forelimb lamenesses are fairly common, hind-limb issues can be less obvious and even underdiagnosed. Learn about the common causes of lameness in the hind end and how to diagnose and treat them in this article excerpt from the August 2020 issue. The post Horse Hind-Limb Enigmas appeared first on The Horse.
With the establishment of USLA, Lusitano breeders will be able to directly register their horses as “Lusitanos” with both USLA and Portuguese Association of Purebred Lusitano Horse Breeders (APSL). The post U.S. Lusitano Association Established appeared first on The Horse.
Your horse’s head, face, and mouth comprise sensitive nerves, bone, and soft tissue. While many of us focus on saddle fit, bridles and bits often get overlooked as a cause of discomfort. Bits can cause mouth pain and injury, and research shows many nosebands are adjusted too tight to the point of cruelty. Is your […]
Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis is a neurologic disease that can be difficult to diagnose and can threaten a horse’s athletic future. Learn more about this complicated and consequential condition. Sponsored by Merck Animal Health. The post 10 EPM Resources on TheHorse.com appeared first on The Horse.