Cover Story: No Taper Needed After Medium-Term Use of Omeprazole

Farriery: To Shoe or Not to Shoe?

Technician Update: The Use of Systemic Doxorubicin in the Treatment of Epithelioid Hemangiosarcoma

Reducing Burnout Might Increase Retention Among Equine Veterinary Interns

Equine medicine is tough, and to attract new talent, it is important to address burnout among equine veterinary interns.

Pets and COVID-19

Americans acquired quite a few pets during COVID-19. Here is a rundown of dog and cat ownership during COVID-19 from the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Applying Quality Equine Nutrition in Clinical Settings

When her 23-year-old horse, Mackay, lost weight, she took a closer look at his diet.

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Should Muddy Paddocks Concern Horse Owners?

Veterinarians should inform horse owners of the serious health problems associated with muddy footing as well as provide measures for the prevention of mud and to keep owners’ equine facilities clean and safe, according to a presentation given as part of the Cornell Equine Seminar Series.

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Sensors Show Promise in Identifying Horses at Risk for Injury

A small 3-ounce sensor capable of recording 2,400 movement data points in 1 second could reduce the number of injuries to racehorses , according to a recent study.

Mare and Foal Survive Uterine Torsion

As Lynnette, a 7-year-old Percheron mare weighing approximately 2,000 lbs, moved into the final weeks of her second pregnancy in March 2023, her owner, Bonnie Marr, MD, noticed that she seemed unusually uncomfortable.

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