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Friday, July 3, 2020

Facing The Right Way?

With complex physiological issues, veterinarians may recommend treatments to alleviate symptoms. The horse benefits greatly when the health care team works together, combining knowledge...

Much Ado About Mulch

You know chocolate is toxic to dogs, but did you know cocoa mulch is too? It’s made from the shells of cocoa beans, and...

Rethinking Equine Vaccinations – Part 1

Horses receive more vaccinations on a more frequent schedule than any other domesticated animal. Based on a protocol of fear, not fact, this practice...

Equine Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging finds its niche in diagnosing mystery lamenesses, scanning horses at pre-purchase evaluations, aiding farriers with hoof pathology and imbalances, addressing common saddle-fitting...

Sensitive Stomachs and Skin

Hundreds of different ingredients are used in commercial pet foods, so it’s no surprise that some of them are not well received by the...

For The Love Of It

It’s 7:30 AM on the small tropical Island of San Andres, Colombia. Myself and 11 other animal health professionals walk towards the government building...
Understanding environmental veterinary medicine

Understanding environmental medicine

Exposure to toxins, stress, poor diet and other external influences can play a major role in the development of many disease states. Here's how...
Post traumatic stress disorder in dogs

Post traumatic stress disorder in dogs

Post traumatic stress disorder is well known in people, but dogs can also develop it. Treatment can be challenging and depends on the needs...

The Case for Curcumin

Interest in naturally occurring substances for medical applications is growing rapidly. One of these substances is curcumin, a major active ingredient found naturally in...

Glandular Therapy

A piece of kidney sits on a plate. Would you eat it? Would you offer it to your dog or cat? While most of...