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These Are Not True Symptoms

There has been an insidiously growing trend to label certain observations as indicators of a disease/disorder when actually they are really almost universal aspects of normal equine behavior. If you are trying to convince an owner to buy a product … Continue reading

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The Hind Gut Acidity Bandwagon is Dangerous

It’s the trendy diagnosis.  Hind gut acidity, sometimes used synonymously with hind gut ulcers, is blamed for a staggering array of signs ranging from poor appetite to cracked hooves to right hind lameness and any undesirable behavior trait you can … Continue reading

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Hind Gut Ulcers

It’s difficult to go anywhere online (and probably off) where people are talking about horses without having something come up about hind gut ulcers, symptoms and treatments.  There are even commercial supplements out there, including from companies run by people … Continue reading

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