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It’s a heatwave!


Horses cope better than us in the heat mostly due to their supreme ability to sweat and keep their body temperature regulated. Overheating,  however, is possible and especially during exercise, particularly if they are not fully hydrated. On top of the heat, the dustiness of dry...

28.07.20 01:23 PM - Comment(s)

Cushing’s syndrome in horses was first reported in the literature by Pallaske in 1932 yet it has received little study in terms of its causes and the disease process. The condition is now called equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID), because it is quite different from the human conditi...

18.07.20 05:34 PM - Comment(s)
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