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Horse Worming Programmes

To allow targeted, effective worming, horses need to be sorted into groups in accordance with their level of risk of clinical disease. It is also imperative that pasture contamination is kept to a minimum through good management. High risk horses: High de...

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Equine Cushing’s Syndrome

This is a 20-year-old pony that was presented at Greenmount Equine Hospital with a history of weight loss but no decrease in appetite, abnormal hair growth and a few episodes of laminitis. Could you guess what condition this pony suffers from? Could you l...

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Laminitis – a case study

A 19 year old grey mare was presented to me with a history of on-going laminitis. She had been treated previously by a vet for a respiratory infection with steroids and had developed laminitis shortly after. On presentation the mare was very lame, relucta...

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