We have ever increasing responsibility to the horse as a species and as individuals—for life. Learn the history of the horse, and our responsibilities to them.
With Fall easing its way into the forefront, and Winter lurking in the wings, it's time think again your new year's resolutions
for your horse, to make sure that their next year is a good one too.
A short handout with quick first-aid information for wound care, acute lameness, or eye problems.
Horses should have a microscopic fecal flotation exam done at the beginning of spring (by the middle of April in this area) to best plan a parasite control strategy.
Colic is not a specific disease, but is a set of symptoms indicating abdominal pain in the horse. The pain may come
from a variety of sources but the outward manifestations of these problems are very similar. Colic is always an urgent
situation. An owner should call for veterinary advice at the first signs of trouble.
Read about some of the newer research coming out in regards to your horse.
Even though the gist of the prepurchase exam is often lameness, that isn't really the big picture. Read what is involved in a thorough
prepurchase exam. Published in modified form in EQUUS magazine
Before hauling your horse it is prudent to be aware of state and federal transportation requirements.
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An estimated 168,000 horses are unwanted in the US, each year. It is going to take time, education, and caring…
The healthy resting horse can get all required nutrients from good quality hay and/or pasture along with supplemental vitamins and minerals, including salt, and water.
Horses over 16 years of age are considered senior citizens. Poor dentition, arthritis, and age-related diseases such as liver or kidney
insufficiency or pituitary dysfunction (Cushing’s Disease) may cause weight loss in these older horses
We all like to feed that extra supplement. So when do we have to worry, and what is safe?
Beet Pulp is a emerging feed option for horse owners, is it right for your horse?
A brief list of low-carb equine feed products available in the Pagosa Springs area.
Cyathostomes, more frequently known as small strongyle worms, are the most common and ubiquitous parasite of the equine large intestine and are one
of the biggest challenges in horse husbandry today.
With the new year, it's time to post some nutrition information updates
Information on the biochemical basis of "Tying Up", AKA "Monday Morning Sickness" in Horses