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Severe Colic and New Treatments

Severe Colic and New Treatments

by Anthony Blikslager, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS
Generally, the population of horses that develop severe colic includes the ones that don’t respond to the veterinarian’s initial treatment. Almost all severe colics start as mild colics that are simply left too long. Delve into the signs and symptoms…
7 Must-Know Horse Colic Prevention Tips

7 Must-Know Horse Colic Prevention Tips

by Arenus Animal Health
Colic is one of the most distressing medical emergencies a horse owner can experience; it can come on quickly, is extremely painful and potentially life threatening. Luckily, with a good understanding of your horse's digestive system, you can help pr…
Jump Into Show Season: Tips For A Better Season

Jump Into Show Season: Tips For A Better Season

by Arenus Animal Health
Gearing up for show season? As equestrians ourselves, we know how busy and exciting this time of year is for you. You’ve probably already made a list of the shows you’d like to attend, gone through your prize lists, and are excited for a chance…
Spring Into Workout Tips

Spring Into Workout Tips

by Katie Casale
Is your horse out of condition after a long winter break? Get your horse back into shape in time for show season and trail riding this spring with this guest blog by Katie Casale.Spring is in the air; which means here comes the challenge of get…
Understanding Your Horse's Natural Insect Defense

Understanding Your Horse's Natural Insect Defense

by Arenus Animal Health
There are many ways to squash pests this fly season, such as insect repellents and fly sheets, that are useful and effective. But did you know that your horse has its own natural defense against insects?Depending on where you live, fly season may be…