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Symptoms of Horse Ulcers   Ulcers are, unfortunately, a common part of horse ownership. In fact, 50 to 90 percent of equines experience the symptoms of horse ulcers and later receive a positive diagnosis for them. Performance horses are often at higher risk, with 70 percent of endurance horses and more than 90 percent of […]

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Dealing With Horse Colic Colic is a term used to describe pain in the abdomen of a horse. It usually indicates a problem in the gut or other organs found in the abdomen. In humans, abdominal pain rarely amounts to anything serious, but in horses, it can be life-threatening.   There are many different causes […]

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What Probiotics Can Do for Horses Probiotics for horses can help remedy a variety of digestive problems. Stress, age and recoveries from injuries or illnesses can all cause an imbalance in your horse’s intestinal flora. Probiotics work by reintroducing that good bacteria to your horse’s gut, as well as helping them absorb key nutrients and […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Dog Digestive Problems   Nobody likes to see his or her dog sick. Vomiting, diarrhea and other tummy troubles in dogs can be alarming for pet owners. The first step is to bring your pet to a veterinarian for a proper diagnosis and to rule out any life-threatening illnesses. […]

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4 Top Horse Health Questions You love your horse and want only the best for your dear equine. To ensure that your horse is in peak condition, you’ll need to pay close attention to how they’re acting and feeling. If something seems off, you’ll want to contact your equine veterinarian immediately for a thorough exam […]

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How to Recognize and Treat Cow Milk Fever   Get Bovine Supplements!                             Milk fever (Parturient Paresis) or hypocalcaemia is a preventable disorder in lactating beef and dairy cows. About five to eight percent of cows get milk fever, making it a […]

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Common Horse Muscle Issues Myopathic horse muscle problems are congenital, injury-based or due to nutritional imbalances. Muscle inflammation caused by parasitic disease, certain autoimmune conditions or pathogenic infections can also initiate horse muscle disorders. Unless addressed as soon as possible, equine muscle problems may lead to muscle degeneration and increasingly poor health.       […]

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