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Articles by Kenneth L. Marcella, DVM

Overweight horses: An increasing problem

Using grazing muzzles may help limit intake and reduce the chance of overfeeding
Apr 1, 2012

Using grazing muzzles may help limit intake and reduce the chance of overfeeding.

Examining the rising cost of equine health insurance

The debate on why costs are increasing goes on, but is there a solution?
Feb 1, 2012

The debate on why costs are increasing goes on, but is there a solution?

Picture this: Cell phone photos help with equine emergencies

Educate your clients on how to snap good images of what's ailing their horses to send to you
Dec 1, 2011

Educate your clients on how to snap good images of what's ailing their horses to send to you.

The myth of equine hypothyroidism

Evidence-based medicine calls into question whether this disorder truly exists
Nov 1, 2011

Evidence-based medicine calls into question whether this disorder truly exists.

Endurance and flat racing techniques meld

Conditioning principles coalesce between the two disparate forms of sport, to mutual benefit
Sep 1, 2011

Conditioning principles coalesce between the two disparate forms of sport, to mutual benefit.

Equine wound care: Everything old is new again

Renewed attention is being paid to older treatment options, especially for antibiotic-resistant pathogens
Aug 1, 2011

Renewed attention is being paid to older treatment options, especially for antibiotic-resistant pathogens.

Food allergies in horses: From hypersensitivity to a leaky gut

May 1, 2011

Food allergy in horses is a confusing, poorly understood and sometimes controversial topic.

Stomatitis and excessive salivation in horses

A slobbering horse can signify anything from mild to serious, even fatal disease
Apr 1, 2011

A slobbering horse can signify anything from mild to serious, even fatal disease.

"Swamp cancer": The increasing threat of equine pythiosis

Know when to suspect this fungal infection so you can prevent its generally fatal consequences
Mar 1, 2011

The extremely rapid rate of growth of these lesions and the generally fatal outcome in these cases makes remembering this disease crucial for equine practitioners since early recognition and appropriate treatment are the only hope for survival for infected horses.

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