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Colic 911

Colic 911

The most common reason horses require emergency veterinary care is colic, the general term for abdominal pain. Colic is considered the number-one killer of horses....
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Can Research Solve Mystery of Equine Colic?

Can Research Solve Mystery of Equine Colic?

Erin Venable is an expert in equine nutrition. She isn't the first researcher to want to find a cure for colic, but she is one of a small number with access to one of the best research tools available -- cannulated horses....
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Banamine and Bute: Often Used

Banamine and Bute: Often Used, but Misused in Equine Treatment

Let your vet be your guide   by Doug Thal, DVM DABVP   "Hey Doc… my horse has been colicky since last night. I gave her some Banamine® and she seemed OK for a while, but now she doesn’t look so good…...
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Tips to Prevent Winter Colic

Tips to Prevent Winter Colic

As the temperatures drop, the number of colic calls received by veterinarians rises. While not all colic can be prevented, paying attention to your horse's management can go a long way to decrease the incidence, and any suf...
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