As a follow-up to the article on new deworming practices in the Canadian Horse Health Annual, Dr. Ela Misuno, former internal medicine resident and master’s student at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, provides additional information about drug resistance and effective deworming practices, by highlighting key findings of her recent study. Read more »
Is Canada Due for an Outbreak?
Mosquito-borne viruses are on the rise. Find out what you can do to protect your horse.
Feeding Guidelines: Part 2
A horse in heavy work requires additional energy and nutrients. Check out three diets that will ensure your horse gets what he needs.
Learn how to give intramuscular and subcutaneous injections with care and confidence.
Turning Tune Up
Try Anne Gage’s six steps to smoother corners.
Wheelbarrows vs Stable Carts
Get advice on buying and using these essential tools wisely.
Achieving Calmness and Rhythm
Carlos Tabernaberri explains how to instill a feeling of calm in your horse, leading to willingness and rhythm under saddle.
Use these 10 tips to protect your farm from disease.
Get a better understanding of how to develop an effective deworming program and avoid drug resistance.
Help for the Horse on Stall Rest
Find out how to reduce your horse’s stress should he become confined due to illness or injury.
The Inevitability of Equine ID
Government agencies around the world are beginning to take equine traceability more seriously, which will, eventually, affect all horse owners.