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Rain scald

Has your horse developed scabby, crusty areas of skin? It could be caused by a condition called rain scald. Vet Jenna Elliott, from Rosevean Veterinary practice, explains Read Article

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Worming made easy

Headshaking

Sedation and general anaesthetic

Feeding for a healthy digestive system

Sweet itch

Equine MOT

Joint health – problems, prevention and supplementation

Tackling tendon injuries

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The rise of the superbug

How a wound heals

Colic

Atypical myopathy

Your horse’s respiratory system

Suspensory injuries

Equine dehydration

Equine cancer

Managing arthritis

Sidebone

What a blood test can tell you

Kissing spines – too close for comfort

Throwing a splint – is it a problem?

How to spot lameness

How to recognise ringworm

Check your horse’s vital signs

Coping with Cushing’s

Laminitis – everything you need to know

How to spot lameness

Inside your horse’s stifle

How to put a stop to strangles

An introduction to Ringbone

Your horse’s blood

Grass sickness

Behind the scenes at the Animal Health Trust

Ringworm – save his skin

Fight against flu

Getting the nod

Spotting lameness

Should I remove my horses Wolf teeth?

Cushing’s Disease Explained

Are you prepared to see the vet?

Feeding limestone flour to my horse for added nutrients, is this beneficial?

Vital checks

Kitted out

Under the weather

Vet on the Road: Part 1

Gastric ulcers explained

Allergy or intolerance?

Is your horse at risk of laminitis?

The foot of the problem

Head shaking in horses – how do I know or find out?

Which vaccinations should be given to a horse?

Help! I’m allergic to my horse, what can I do?

My horse has got the shakes, what is ‘shivers’?

What is ‘pica’?

Equine Infectious Anaemia: The Facts

The whole tooth

Weird and wonderful

My horse has melanomas and lumps affecting the girth area, what could they be?

Combat laminitis

How soon can I ride my mare after foaling?

My horse is still coughing after a virus, what can I do?

There is swelling to my horses legs which goes down with exercise, why is this?

What is the best course of Melanoma management for my grey horse?

Equine Dentistry Case Studies

Why is grass causing my horse’s legs to swell up?

Laminitis – who’s at risk?

Are hormonal mares really bad girls?

What is the best way to treat and manage a bruised sole?

What can be examined to help a recurring cough in horses?

Give it a shot

Look after your veteran this winter

Hot and cold therapies for healing horses

Arcequine technology

My horse gets locked stifles – is this normal?

Is acupuncture right for your horse?

Maggots: Proven to help heal horse wounds

New simple health checklist helps you ensure responsible horse care

Ticking time bomb

First foal, what do I need to do?

One hoof ahead

Manage mud fever

My horse’s hooves break up and crack as I turn her out in the day and bring her in at night, what can I do to help her?

Break a leg? Demystifying equine fractures

Four ways genetics are changing the way we look at horses

Ten signs you have a healthy horse

What is Cushing’s and Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS)?

Understanding your horse’s allergies

Have you ever wondered how to age your horse?

Moody mare or hidden hormonal problem?

Does my horse need protein?

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