Newt, a 20-year-old Quarter horse used for team roping was presented to Red Oak Animal Hospital for evaluation. Newt had a unilateral (one-sided) foul smelling nasal discharge from his left nostril. Due to his age and clinical signs, a tooth … Read More
We go through a lot of expense, hassle, and heartache to breed our mares. Then we wait 11 months for the reward. Some general knowledge and guidelines should be followed to insure a healthy start.
The arrival of a foal … Read More
The fact remains that as horse owners we do everything we can to protect them. They are so much stronger than we realize and will fight to live. I’m so relieved I gave Armani the chance and thankful … Read More
Teresa Miller rescued/adopted an 8-year-old Arabian Mare named Khandy. Khandy is a sweet mare but didn’t like her back feet picked up. Trimming her was not possible, as a result, her feet grew quite long. Significant changes occurred in … Read More
Horses today live longer. Through better parasite control, dental care, and preventive medicine practices it is common to see horses in their 20’s and 30’s. Living longer brings about health issues that are more common today than in the past.… Read More