Monthly Archives: September 2016

Stop That Itch

Insect Hypersensitivity in Horses 
The skin is the largest organ of the horse's body and the physiologic barrier against the environment. It is vital for survival. As the physiologic barrier, the skin is subject to attack from numerous sources including infectious bacteria and insect bites.
Whatever the...
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Equine Uveitis

Uveitis is an inflammatory condition of the uveal tract of the eye (iris, ciliary body and choroid). It can be caused from trauma, corneal ulcers, tumors and lens luxation. Most people are aware of the immune-mediated form of equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) or moon blindness....
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Veterinary Administered Vaccines

Whether you're the owner of a back yard pasture mate or a highly competitive show horse there is one thing we can all agree on, we want to see our horses healthy. That's why having a good relationship with your veterinarian can assure that they are in the best shape. By working closely with your...
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