Read about the uncommon yet simple technique performed by UF Veterinarians that helped Emagine, a 5-year-old warmblood, get back into the ring.
A new technique has been developed at UF for bilateral sinus disease in the horse.
Learn how ethmoid hematomas form and can be treated from Jimmy the Thoroughbred's experience at the UF Large Animal Hospital.
We have experienced a recent increase in horses being admitted to the UF Large Animal Hospital with a diagnosis of cutaneous pythiosis, an infectious disease caused by the pathogen Pythium insidiosum, which leads to granulating skin lesions.
We might not have a good answer for every situation. The reason is that certain horses might be at greater risk than others because they are less discriminating eaters than other horses or have an underlying digestive disorder that predisposes them to impactions. The other important issue is sand access.