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Equine Researchers Tackle Coronavirus

While there is still much to be known about equine coronavirus (ECoV), researchers at UC Davis are discovering many commonalities among horses infected with the disease and are hopeful to someday find the root cause. The...
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His owner, Dr. Peter Bernstein, had the sorrel horse named Peppy examined by his primary care veterinarian. He identified two stones in the gelding's bladder. They decided it was best for the Quarter Horse to go to UC Davis Veterinary Hospital for treatment.

Bladder Stone Surgery Alleviates Cutting Horse's Pain

Difficulty urinating, bloody urine A 21-year-old cutting horse gelding was experiencing problematic symptoms including difficulty urinating and bloody urine. His owner, Dr. Peter Bernstein, had the sorrel horse named...
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In a previous study, researchers found about 26% of SCC-affected horses in a retrospective study were Haflingers.

Genetic Link to Equine Eye Cancer Found

Squamous Cell Carcinoma Researchers have identified a genetic mutation in horses allowing for the identification of horses at risk for squamous cell carcinoma of the eye. Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the most com...
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PET imaging for equines

Complex Horse Lameness Cases Benefit from PET Scan: Vets

Breakthrough in equine imaging Horse owners with equines suffering from difficult to diagnosis lameness issues may benefit from positron emission tomography scanning (PET). The diagnostic imaging tool is now available...
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UC Davis Quarantine due to Equine Flu

Equine Influenza Leads to UC Davis Quarantine

Clinic Quarantine The Large Animal Clinic at the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in Davis, CA is limiting equine appointments after equine influenza spread to eight horses in recent days. Horses a...
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Is Faulty Science to Blame for USEF GABA Ban?

Is Faulty Science to Blame for USEF GABA Ban?

The Knych Study showed no evidence to support USEF's claims that GABA calms or produces any other effects that are likely to affect a horse's show performance. Read the complete GABA study....
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