Why do horses cough?
There are many reasons your horse may be coughing—from mild irritation to allergies or even an infection. But the most common reason that horses cough is because they have asthma.Learn about equine asthma
What are the characteristic signs of Cushing’s Disease in horses?
Cushing’s Disease is actually now referred to as “PPID.” It’s the most common hormonal disorder in horses. Learn more about the signs and symptoms you should look for if you think your horse may have PPID.Learn about PPID
What is the most common cause of laminitis in horses?
Hormonal disorders are the most common cause of laminitis in horses. Notably, PPID is associated with an increased risk of this severe and painful inflammatory condition of the hoof. Learn about the signs you can look for to detect laminitis.Learn about laminitis
How can I care for my horse’s joints?
Although there is no cure for equine osteoarthritis, treatment can help to minimize and control symptoms, helping to prolong your horse’s athletic function and lifespan. Learn more about the symptoms of osteoarthritis and how you can treat it.Learn about equine osteoarthritis
Vaccination can protect your horse against many infectious diseases.
Learn about the different diseases vaccination can prevent, how to identify risk factors in your horse’s environment, and when to vaccinate your horse as part of a vaccination schedule that corresponds to your horse’s unique environment and activities.Get more information
Understanding horse worms is vital in developing an effective deworming strategy.
Internal parasites, or worms, are a regular occurrence in horses. Learn about how to identify them, where they come from, and how often you should treat your horse.Get more information
Formerly known as Equine Cushing’s Disease, PPID is a common hormonal disorder in aged horses.
Signs of PPID are often missed. Find out how this disease develops, what symptoms to watch for, and how to treat your horse following diagnosis.Get more information
Gastric ulcers can be a problem for all horses.
The signs of stomach ulcers can be subtle and non-specific. Learn about what causes ulcers, different signs you can look out for if you suspect an ulcer, and how to develop a treatment plan.Get more information
Asthma is the most common cause of cough in horses.
Equine asthma—sometimes also called heaves, recurrent airway obstruction (RAO), or inflammatory airway disease (IAD)—is extremely common in horses, but can often go undetected. Coughing is the most common sign of equine asthma. Learn all the signs and symptoms of equine asthma and how to help control and manage this disease.More about equine asthma
When inflammation leads to synovitis, what are the options?
No matter if you use your horse for show jumping or trail riding, maintaining healthy joints is essential. Learn about joint structure and function, how to detect the inflammation that leads to synovitis, and the available treatment options.Get more information
Complementary care that’s tailored to your horse’s needs.
Whether focusing on maintenance, growth, performance, training, or rehabilitation, your horse’s condition and activities have an effect on his nutritional needs. Nutritional support can be part of the winning formula.Get more information
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Vaccination is one of the best and most cost-effective methods to prevent many infectious diseases in horses. Our vaccine portfolio offers unsurpassed protection, including against the latest flu strains.Find out more
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A successful deworming program starts with a plan. Proven protection against more parasites: Eqvalan® Gold combines two powerful ingredients to target 63 species and stages of equine parasites, including equine tapeworms.More about Eqvalan® Gold
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