Sectors - Horses
Dealing with impaction colic

If this condition is neglected, the large intestine can rupture, requiring surgery, says Dr Mac.
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Horses show off their talents

This year’s SANESA Championship attracted a record number of riders and many talented youngsters, says Dr Mac.
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Steps on healing a horse's wound

Once the initial trauma has passed and the wound has been cleaned and treated, the final stage of healing can commence, says Kim Dyson.
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Are worms troubling your horse?

Is your horse in poor condition, despite receiving good food? Worms could be the problem, says Dr Mac.
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Horses and eye problems

Any condition involving the eye is potentially serious and should be investigated as soon as possible, says Kim Dyson.
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'Help! My pony has a parrot mouth!'

The causes of ‘parrot mouth’ in horses are unclear, and treatment can be expensive.
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Horses: caring for hooves

Knowing what a healthy hoof looks like will help you to recognise an unhealthy hoof straightaway, says Kim Dyson.
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Horses and healthy hooves

Healthy, properly-shaped hooves are crucial to the overall condition of a horse, says Kim Dyson.
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Horses: treating proud flesh

This wound complication in horses can be serious, warns Dr Mac.
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Controlling veterinary costs

Veterinary bills can be expensive. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce these costs without compromising your horse’s health, says Dr Mac.
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