New developments in saddle analysis can help veterinarians determine if a horse's sore back is due to poor-fitting tack.
A recent increase in nocardioform placentitis serves as a good reminder for veterinarians to review the best ways to catch this infection early and how to treat it.
2008 EPA regulations may have unintended but dangerous consequences.
Why you and your team need to adopt a new term—COHAT—to encompass all the facets of regular dental care.
Expert advice on surgical excision.
Although fairly prevalent in 2-year-olds, this common inflammatory condition of the cannon bone can affect any Thoroughbred racehorse in training and lead to more serious injury further on in a horse's career.
Certain areas have seen cluster outbreaks of this disease and helped shed light on risk factors and preventive measures.
Use this list of dos and don'ts the next time you process a veterinary urine sample.
This technique involving a little soft tissue dissection reduces the chance of iatrogenic damage during placement.