Preventing Laminitis in Horses

In many cases, prompt treatment of laminitis maximizes the chances of a positive outcome. But according to a recent study, only about half of horse owners can correctly identify laminitis in their horses. Continue reading…

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Enzyme Supplements for Horses

A recent trend in human nutrition has been to supplement digestive enzymes in an effort to improve digestion and ease gastrointestinal upset. But, do such supplements work in horses? Continue reading…

Protect Horses from Temporohyoid Joint Disease

When horse owners purchase joint supplements we frequently think of supporting high-motion joints: knees, ankles, stifles, and hocks. But even small joints, like the temporohyoid joint in the skull, can have a huge impact on a horse‚Äôs overall health. Continue reading…

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