Sweet Itch is a common skin condition in horses that is caused by an allergic reaction to insect bites. It is also known by the names Queensland itch, summer dermatitis, insect-bite hypersensitivity, summer eczema, recurrent seasonal pruritus, and equine Culicoides sensitivity.
Nutritional Secondary Hyperparathyroidism (NSH) - also known as Big Head Disease - is an uncommon problem in horses that stems from a mineral imbalance. This skeletal condition develops due to a calcium deficiency or an imbalanced ratio of dietary calcium to phosphorus.
Infection Transmission Features Signs Diagnosis Treatment Nutraceuticals Bartonella is a type of bacteria that can infect humans as well as other mammals, including horses and donkeys. The resulting infection, known [...]
Causes Risk Factors Prevalence Signs Diagnosis Treatment Prevention Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) is an infectious disease of the horseâ€™s central nervous system. It is one of the most difficult diseases [...]
What is Physitis? Symptoms Progression Causes Diagnosis Treatment Feeding Exercise Medication Prognosis Physitis is the most common developmental disease that affects the bones of growing horses. This condition involves swelling [...]