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Anatomy Terms: Horses
When you are reading through information pertaining to horses, it helps to know the jargon so you will understand. The following list of terms, while in no way comprehensive, will clue you in on the lingo of horse anatomy.
Cancer in Horses: Feeding for the Cure
Did you know that horses can develop skin cancer, such as squamous cell carcinoma or melanoma? But there is hope for our equine friends . . .
Colic Prevention: Good Horse Digestive Health
Colic Prevention: Good Horse Digestive Health: 10 Tips to Help Prevent Colic. Colic is the number one killer of horses, ponies, and other equines. This article outlines ten tips to promote good digestive health and help prevent colic in your horse.
Deworming Schedule for Horses
Control of gastrointestinal equine parasites may seem confusing. This article goes over the three types of wormers and when to give them so you can find one that's right for your horse.
Emergencies: When to Call Your Horse's Veterinarian
Horses sometimes require emergency equine first aid. This article discusses illnesses, injuries, and wounds that require immediate veterinary care from an equine veterinarian.
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome
Ulcers are a common medical condition in horses & foals. It is estimated that almost 50% of foals and 1/3 of adult horses confined in stalls may have mild ulcers. Up to 60% of show horses and 90% of racehorses may develop moderate to severe ulcers.
Foaling: What to Expect
Foaling is an exciting time, you've waited 11 long months of your mare's pregnancy and you can look forward to a new baby around! And although no mare foals exactly like another, the proceedings of the birth follow a similar pattern.
Horse Health Terms Glossary
When you are reading through information pertaining to horse heathcare, it helps to know the jargon so you will understand what is being said. The following list of terms will clue you in on what they mean when they're talking about horse healthcare.
Plants Poisonous to Horses
Certain plants are poisonous to horses. This article discusses which plants are toxic to equines and what steps to take should your horse consume a yew, hemlock, or poisonous fern.
Supplements: Pre-Show Considerations
In horses, many drugs and supplements must be used with caution because of withdrawal times. For competitive horses, a withdrawal time is the time you need to wait between giving a drug/supplement and allowing your horse to compete.
Vital Signs, How to Check Your Horse's
When you know what TPR (temperature, pulse, and respiration) is normal for horses, it will better enable you to take care of your horse when he is sick. The following will help you care for your horse.

Horse Healthcare
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome
Deworming Schedule for Horses
Cancer in Horses: Feeding for the Cure
Horse Healthcare
Cancer in Horses: Feeding for the Cure
Topical Skin Care for Horses: Compare Products

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