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Sarcoids in horses

Sarcoids are by far the most common skin cancer in horses with some reporting them to account for 90% (results spanning from 36-90%) of all skin neoplasms in horses.  They affect all equids and all breeds with no age or sex predisposition. There are nume...

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Ask The Vet

Apologies, but our ‘ask the vet’ series is currently closed 🙂  Veterinary medicine is progressing fast. New therapies, new drugs and new treatments are being unveiled at an increasingly rapid rate and while this is great news for our horse...

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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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