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Intestinal Lymphoma in Horses

By Siobhan McAuliffe, MVB, DACVIM, Foal Medicine Specialist Other than melanomas, cancer in horses is rare. Amongst those that can be seen are lymphomas and …
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Humans, Horses, and Emotion

By Meredith K. Kahn, M.S., Sales & Marketing Manager, Jaguar Health Did you know that horses have an incredible capacity for emotion? In fact, horses …
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Gray Horse Genetics

By Meredith Kahn, M.S., Sales & Marketing Manager, Jaguar Health “White” horses are a special type of horse. Beyond their obvious beauty, these horses actually …
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Bureau of Land Management Grappling with Wild Horse Population Boom

Wild horses have long been a symbol of freedom, survival and the untamable spirit of the American West. Descendants of horses brought to the Americas in the 1500s by Spanish conquistadors, these animals roam public lands in Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana and other western states. …

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Inflammation and Cartilage Turnover in Horses

Horses of varying age can suffer from osteoarthritis. In fact, osteoarthritis is the primary cause of lameness for athletic horses, commonly leading to early retirement. While commonly seen in older horses, the disease likely begins early during skeletal development with the overloading of joints during early training and exercise. …

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