Category: Other

Equine Wobblers

An equine wobbler is a horse with a damaged spinal cord. This can occur from malformation of the vertebral column, advanced arthritis in the vertebral joints or injury to the vertebrae. Any of these conditions can cause pressure on the spinal cord and cause the flow of

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Sand Enterotherapy

Sand Enteropathy is the accumulation of sand or gravel in the large colon, that subsequently causes inflammation of the colon wall. There is no doubt that most horses ingest some sand or gravel in their daily ‘graze’ around their stall or turn-out. I some areas

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