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Summer Sores

Posted on 05-31-2017

Summer Sores Does your horse gets summer sores? Cutaneous Habronemiasis or commonly known as “summer sores” or “Florida sores” is a common skin disease of horses prim...

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Hoof Abscesses in Horses

Posted on 05-25-2017

A hoof abscess is like a whitehead pimple: That little bubble of pus under the skin can be slightly sore or it can be incredibly painful, and the fastest way to get rid of it is to pop it and let it...

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Burning Up: Photosensitization and Sunburn in Horses

Posted on 05-18-2017

Horses with flashy, white markings are more vulnerable to sunburn and photosensitivity because of their unpigmented skin. Photo: The Horse Staff Some horses are vulnerable to sun damage&...

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10 Toxic Substances to Avoid

Posted on 05-11-2017

Toxic plants rank high on the list of things to avoid, but other substances, organisms, and chemicals can pose risks as well. Photo: Thinkstock Plants and chemicals your horse should nev...

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Cushing's Characteristics, Clinical Signs at Diagnosis

Posted on 05-04-2017

Cushing's Characteristics, Clinical Signs at Diagnosis Generalized or regional hypertrichosis is a common clinical sign of PPID. Photo: Steve Grubbs, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM ...

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