A New Era

August 28, 2015 0
By Krista Lucas There is a new association coming to the world of rodeo, bringing exciting new opportunities to cowboys and cowgirls. It is called Elite Rodeo Athletes. This new format will bring professional rodeo to a new level. Much like […]

Vesicular Stomatitis

August 26, 2015 0
Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) With confirmed cases of Vesicular Stomatitis this year in Texas, all horses owners need to be aware and educate themselves on the disease. Vesicular stomatitis is a viral disease that primarily affects horses and cattle. VS […]

Dealing with Mud

July 27, 2015 0
By Krista Lucas Many horse owners of North Texas have seen record amounts of rainfall this spring and summer. With that comes the dilemma of caring for these animals in less than perfect conditions. Although […]

Equine Gastric Ulcers

July 25, 2015 0
By Dr. Molly Bellefeuille Equine ulcers are often a hidden cause of decreased performance or behavior problems in the horse, as the clinical presentation of ulcers can be subtle and nonspecific. Gastric ulcers are common […]

Roping in the rain

June 26, 2015 0
By Krista Lucas The torrential rains of North Texas did not stop cowboys and cowgirls from celebrating Memorial Weekend in style at the 42nd annual Windy Ryon Memorial Roping in Saginaw. Benefitting community and educational […]

Angular limb deviation in foals

June 25, 2015 0
By Dr. Molly Bellefeuille, DVM, MS Hope everyone had a successful and plentiful foal crop born this year. The next time you watch your foals play in the pasture, look a little closer at their […]

Why equine dentistry? Part 2

May 26, 2015 0
By Professor, Doctor of Medicine, Peter Fischer, D.D.S., Master of Science License #EDP-20 Previously in Why Equine Dentistry – Part 1, the topics of does my horse really need dentistry and why, teeth and the […]
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