Each year, the hands of time cause subtle differences in our magnificent equine companions. Some changes, like the ones that come from experience and wisdom, are good. These bring serenity.
But, with these improvements, come physical signs that remind us our horses are aging. Their joints become stiff and strides short. Everything takes longer: warming up, cooling down, shedding out, getting fit, and coming sound. Where there was once muscle, there now is not. But, because this happens slowly, we assume these are normal signs of aging. Or are they?
What if the vet read more