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Choosing the Best Supplements and Nutritional Mix for Your Horse

A?frustrated fellow horse owner said that choosing from among the thousands of feeds and supplements available was like trying to hit a distant balanced-ration bull?s eye with a shot gun ? you just keep shooting and hope something eventually hits. SHe's certainly not alone. We've all been guilty at some time or other of just firing away at our horse's feed tub without knowing if we were even facing in the right direction. As one of the worst offenders, I've been asked to share my story with the hope that you can learn from my feeding adventure. I started breeding horses in

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Equine Melanoma: What Options Have We?

Grant Miller, DVM

This post reviews some of the mainstream treatment options for horses with melanoma tumors as well as introduces relatively new therapy options that are actively gaining momentum in the veterinary world. read more

Thyroid Dysfunction

Grant Miller, DVM

Most people are familiar with thyroid malfunctions, most commonly either thyroid cancer or inadequate thyroid gland function, as either hypothyroid (under activity) or hyperthyroid (excess function).But what about your horse? read more

Dogs and Hoof Chews

Deb M. Eldredge, DVM

Dogs like to chew on and consume hoof pieces after the farrier leaves. Is that OK? read more

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