Electrolyte Oversupplementation: A Real Risk for Horses?

Is it possible to oversupplement electrolytes? In most cases, probably not. But there are some other considerations to keep in mind. Continue reading…

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New Thoughts on Gastric Ulcers in Horses

According to researchers, equine gastric ulcer syndrome should no longer be used as an all-encompassing term. Instead, horses with ulcers affecting the glandular region of the stomach should instead be described as having equine glandular gastric disease. Continue reading…

Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalopathy and Vitamin E

Some veterinarians recommend the use of vitamin E for horses diagnosed with neurological problems such as Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalopathy. Continue reading…

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Testing Ponies for Insulin Resistance: Fasted or Fed?

Omega-3s for Improved Coat Condition in Horses

Bladder Stones in Horses
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