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Equestrian Canada’s Equine Medication Control Committee answers your questions on the EC Equine Medication Control program.
There are certain medications available that can make handling sometimes fractious stallions and mares a bit easier during the busy show season.
The Equine Asthma Research Lab at the University of Montreal is dedicated to discovering the mechanisms behind equine asthma and developing new treatments.
A study is underway at the Ontario Veterinary College to find a better treatment for superficial digital flexor tendonitis or “bowed tendons” in horses.
Stefan Gavriliuc claimed the $10,000 top prize at the University of Calgary’s International Equine Symposium for his work analyzing gut parasites in horses.
Some surgical veterinary drugs can cause allergic reactions in horses, so researchers are working to find the safest options available.
Scientists at two Canadian veterinary schools are conducting research into Equine herpesvirus 1, to better understand and treat this contagious disease.
Studies at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine will look into equine temporomandibular joints and thyroid hormones in the musculoskeletal system.