Archive for August, 2016

Treating COPD in Horses Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can affect just about every mammal, and horses are common sufferers. In equines, this condition is often called “heaves” or “recurrent airway obstruction.”   Like with humans, COPD causes horses to experience labored breathing and most often arises during the winter. Fortunately, there are a number […]

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How to Treat Horse Eyeball Conjunctivitis   Eyeball conjunctivitis, or pink eye, is a common infection among horses. Left unchecked, pink eye can become more serious. In some cases, conjunctivitis can eat away at the eye until it collapses. However, the condition can be subdued within a few days if treated promptly.   Here are […]

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