Part 1: Managing Pain in Horses
In this edition, we will identify what the subtle signs of pain look like, how you can minimise pain and when you need to call the vet.
Part 2: Recognising the Signs - Pain Management
In this edition, we aim to help you identify the signs that tell us your horse is in pain.
Part 3: Treatment Strategies - Pain Management
Pain management can be complex, and it is important to be guided by your veterinarian. In Part 3 of our series on pain we look at the treatment strategies your vet could consider.
Part 4: NSAID Use in Horses - Pain Management
In our 4th article on Managing Pain in Horse we are going to concentrate on the specific pain medication known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatories or more commonly “NSAIDs” (pronounced en-seds).
Equine Cushing’s Disease and Metabolic Syndrome
Equine Cushing’s Disease and Equine Metabolic Syndrome have similar presentations and sometimes occur together which can often lead to confusion amongst horse owners.
Key Considerations When Rehoming a Horse
If you are considering adopting a horse, here is some step by step guidance on what to consider so you can be fully prepared.
How to Care for a Senior Horse
These days, many of our horses are living much longer lives due to horse owners having a greater appreciation and knowledge of the special needs that these older horses require.