Horses can suffer from a range of eye problems, ranging from infections and allergies to injuries and diseases.
Faecal egg count testing for your horse
Regular faecal egg count testing is vitally important to ensure your horse is on a worming protocol that is specially tailored for them.
Managing skin conditions in your horse
In this blog we take you through the most common horse skin conditions, including signs to look out for and treatment options.
Preventing heat stress in your horse this summer
With summer just around the corner, it’s important to take a few extra measures to help keep your horse comfortable and safe from heat stress.
Do you really need to remove your horse’s wolf teeth?
A horse’s wolf teeth are a bit like our wisdom teeth. They’re not needed but can cause issues down the track if they’re not removed.
What to expect from an equine dental exam
Your horse’s teeth play a huge role in their overall health and comfort. Keeping a close eye on your horse’s oral health by having regular equine dental exams means your vet can detect any disease in its early stages. This results in less pain for your horse, fewer infections and a lower risk of serious health complications down the track. […]
Managing arthritis in horses
While there is no cure for arthritis in horses, there are a number of treatment options available that can help provide pain relief and increase your horse’s range of motion.