10 Signs Your Horse Needs a Dental Exam
There are subtle clinical signs that can alert a horse owner about a dental or mouth problem, so it's important to be on the lookout for these and schedule routine dental exams.
Understanding Your Horse's Teeth
From the basics of incisors and cheek teeth to the effect of abnormal chewing patterns, learn about the unique dental structure of the horse.
Compared to most of the parasites that infect horses, botflies are relatively benign because they can't bite, but in large numbers, their larvae can cause problems.
Fall Vaccines for Your Horse
As a horse owner, the best part about fall is knowing we won't have to deal with as many insect-related issues. Instead, we are starting to think about housing, nutrition and preventative health strategies for cooler weather.
Red Maple Poisoning
The problem occurs when horses eat wilted or dried leaves from the red maple tree (Acer rubrum), which damages the horse's red blood cells, resulting in acute anemia.