Skinny horses don’t fare well in winter weather. Here’s how to put weight on your horse before the temperatures drop.
Learn about common types of body clips and get step-by-step instructions for body clipping with our helpful guide.
Gastric ulcers are incredibly common, and any horse can develop them. Learn how to identify, treat, and—better yet—prevent these painful lesions.
This foul-smelling hoof infection is common in horses but easy to treat if you catch it early.
From seasonal allergies to serious respiratory disease, many things can cause your horse to have a runny nose. Here’s how to handle the situation.
Christine Johnson, DVM, of Leclair Equine, in Berthoud, Colorado, describes common signs of eye injuries and infections in horses.
Christine Johnson, DVM, of Leclair Equine, in Berthoud, Colorado, demonstrates how to safely apply ointment to your horse’s eye.
A quick way to check a horse’s hydration status is to perform a skin pinch test. Dr. Christine Johnson shows us how.
Beat the heat this summer with these tips for how to keep your horse cool before, during, and after your ride, plus what to do if he gets too hot.
Knowing your horse’s respiratory rate is useful for monitoring his recovery when exercising in hot conditions and picking up on signs of pain or discomfort.