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Additional Vesicular Stomatitis Case/First Colorado Horse Infected with West Nile Virus in 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – The Colorado Department of Agriculture has two important updates involving Colorado’s horse community; Vesicular Stomatitis and the West Nile Virus have been confirmed in Colorado horses.

Lyme Disease in Horses: More Questions than Answers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Press Release   

Veterinarian Amy Grice says it often starts with a vague phone call from a horse owner:

“My horse hasn’t been himself the last couple of days, and it seems like he’s lost weight.”

Answers About Accupuncture PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mark DePaolo, DVM   

A holistic tool for optimum equine health

Body Condition Scoring - Hands on Help for Your Horse PDF Print E-mail
Written by Barbara Sheridan   

It's odd how two people can look at the same horse and view it with a different eye. One person may regard a horse as fat, but to the other it may appear to be just right. One might describe a horse to be quite "ribby", but in the eyes of another, it appears lean and fit. While it's customary for some horse owners to "eyeball" their horses to determine its ideal weight, this just leaves room for error, which can seriously affect its health. Instead, there is a better way.

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