Horse blog - Veterinary Advice

  • The infertile mare: solutions

    There is nothing more adorable than a newborn foal - though it may take some searching before you get to that point. Infertility is a frustrating and complex problem, one with quite a few possible causes. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to give your mare (and her future foal) a helping hand.
  • The infertile mare: examination

    Infertility in mares is a frustrating and complex problem, one with quite a few possible causes. Can’t manage to get your mare in foal? Then it is time to visit the vet so that he or she can get to the root of and solve the problem. Examinations for infertility involve a number of important matters.
  • The infertile mare: causes

    Why can’t I get my mare to go in foal? Infertility is a complex and frustrating problem - for you, your vet, and your horse. Your mare’s inability to conceive can have several causes. For your convenience, we list the most important here.
  • How to spot osteoarthritis in your horse?

    The most common cause of lameness in horses is osteoarthritis. The sooner you spot this nasty ailment, the more successfully you will be able to support your horse. For your convenience, we list the most important symptoms ofosteoarthritis in horses here.
  • How to treat a horse suffering from osteoarthritis

    The most common cause of lameness in horses: osteoarthritis, a painful inflammation of the joint. This is how you help a horse suffering from osteoarthritis.
  • How to prevent osteoarthritis in horses?

    The most common cause of lameness in horses: osteoarthritis, a painful inflammation of the joint that causes wear and tear and leads to damage to the cartilage. The bad news: osteoarthritis is incurable - once the cartilage is damaged it no longer recovers. The good news: it is treatable.
  • What is osteoarthritis in horses?

    Osteoarthritis is a joint disease that leads to a progressive deterioration of the cartilage, causing pain and lameness. This nasty ailment is the most common cause of lameness in horses. In this blog, we explain what osteoarthritis is, what causes it and how to spot it.

  • How to prevent laminitis?

    To prevent laminitis you should provide your horse with an adapted feeding plan, make sure your horse gets enough exercise and keep an eye on your horse's pasture and the time schedule for when your horse is allowed on pasture.
  • How to help your horse or pony with laminitis

    When your horse is laminitic, he or she suffers from a painful inflammation of the tissue between the hoof wall and the coffin bone. The disease can be life-threatening for your four-legged friend—so quick intervention is a must. This is how you help a horse with laminitis.
  • Laminitis for dummies

    Laminitis is a painful condition of the hooves in horses and ponies that requires urgent treatment. We have listed the main causes of laminitis below and how to recognise a horse with laminitis.

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