THE BACK SORE HORSE
Many equine athletes train extensively for their discipline and compete to win. Numerous competitive equine athletes also develop muscle soreness, often affecting their backs. A horse with a sore back is usually unable to compete at maximal capacity, and can also often be very difficult to effectively treat, especially in a short period of time.
WHEN YOU SHOULD CALL YOUR VETERINARIAN!
Recognizing Foot Imbalances in Horses
EPM (EQUINE PROTOZOAL MYELOENCEPHALITIS) – Beware of the Possum
Equine protozoal myelitis (EPM) is a parasitic disease that affects the nervous system of horses. EPM is associated with the protozoan Sarcocystis neurona, and the disease is generally identified in horses in areas inhabited by opossums. EPM manifests a variety of clinical signs in individual horses, which can make its diagnosis difficult and at times seem somewhat arbitrary.
The Story of Dr. Gayle Trotter DVM MS DACVS the Founder of Myristol.
“BODY WORK” FOR YOUR HORSE
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