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UC Davis Launches Equine Ophthalmology Service

UC Davis Launches Equine Ophthalmology Service

| November 10, 2014

The UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital is pleased to announce the launch of the Equine Ophthalmology Service. In response to the increased demand for specialist consultations for equine eye cases, UC Davis has brought on a dedicated ophthalmology specialist to focus on horses. Previously handled by our top-notch team of multi-species ophthalmologists, horses with [...]

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Glenvine Pet and Equine Crematorium

Glenvine Pet and Equine Crematorium

| August 3, 2012

Denver and Lynsey Robb opened Glenvine Pet and Equine Crematorium in January 2009, initially for small animals. In spring 2010 they added the facility for equines and haven’t looked back. Now in their fourth year of business, they find that a lot of work comes from referrals due to clients spreading the word about their [...]

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Troytown Equine Hospital

Troytown Equine Hospital

| August 3, 2012

Colic Laminitis Navicular As part of its overall commitment to working with horse owners, Troytown Equine Hospital has launched an online seminar series. These free online seminars focus on the key issues facing horse owners. To date, Troytown has made seminars available on topics such as Navicular Disease, Laminitis, Colic and lung disease with new seminars being [...]

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Protein – Friend or Foe with Connolly's Red Mills

Protein – Friend or Foe with Connolly's Red Mills

| June 3, 2012

Written by Nia O’Malley, Equine Nutritionist Connolly’s Red Mills A vital nutrient Protein serves a multitude of roles in the body. It is used to build and repair body tissues, and is a major component of the body forming muscles, skin, tendons, blood vessels, organs, bone, hair and hoof. It is not only important in [...]

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Connolly’s Red Mills Discuss Feed Balancers

Connolly’s Red Mills Discuss Feed Balancers

| June 3, 2012

Written by Nia O’Malley, Equine Nutritionist Connolly’s Red Mills Feed balancers are a relatively new concept in feeding horses. A balancer is a low-intake, concentrated source of essential protein, vitamins, and minerals, which is designed for all classes of horses when additional calories are not required. A balancer will not contribute a significant amount of [...]

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Conditioning For The Show Ring With Baileys Horse Feeds

Conditioning For The Show Ring With Baileys Horse Feeds

| May 3, 2012

Written by Emma Short BSc (Hons) Show horses’ waistlines are often a bone of contention but what is “show ring condition” and how can we best achieve it whilst maintaining the health and fitness of the horse. What is Condition? Horses carry different proportions of muscle and body fat according to their type and level of [...]

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All Tied UP? With Connolly's Red Mills

All Tied UP? With Connolly's Red Mills

| April 3, 2012

Written by Catherine Rudenko Tying-up Exertional rhabdomyolysis (ER), also known as azotoria, tying-up or set fast is a process whereby the striated muscles, which connect to the bone and allow movement, suffer breakdown following exercise. Incidences of tying-up can range from mild muscular stiffness to the muscles becoming locked and the horse unable to move. [...]

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Horse Chiropractic – Keith Martin

Horse Chiropractic – Keith Martin

| March 3, 2012

Chiropractic is a drugless, holistic method of health care that can be applied to any animal with a spinal column. Chiropractic theory is based on the nervous system that is housed in the spinal column and how it relates to the proper functioning of the entire body. The spinal cord carries all the nerves that [...]

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