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For more links to Hoof Care Information, please see Hoof Care page.
 
 
Dr. Joyce Harman explains how to provide hospice care for senior horses who display signs of dementia or confusion.
 
A Resource for Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies
 
What does it mean when someone says a horse is a "Condition 1?"
 
Integrative Therapies for Horse & Rider, Healthy horses naturally, natural horse care, natural horsemanship, homeopathic horse care, alternative horse therapy, homeopathic horse remedies.

Holistic Horsekeeping     http://www.holistichorsekeeping.com/    Madalyn Ward, D.V.M

International Association of Equine Dentistry:  http://www.iaeqd.org/

"Includes over 12,000 indexed topics and over 1200 illustrations....search by topic, species, specialty, disease, and keyword"
 
"The official website of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, for anyone wanting to learn more about horse health."
 
 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
Poisonous Plants Informational Database - Cornell University
 
From Bayer - information on "general care, medical care and treatment, educational materials, joint lameness, Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM), and the importance of your veterinarian."
 
  
Tremendous source of information for owners of Cushingoid horses. Once you join the group, begin by visiting the "Files" section, where you will find articles covering almost every aspect of this condition, including blood testing, dietary management, and traditional and alternative treatments.
 
"ALL are invited to join in with the hopes to understand what this disease does to our horses, how to prevent it, how to treat it, and importantly provide a safer environment for it's special needs."
 
"We specialize in hoof-related matters, although we discuss other subjects such as general physical problems, nutrition, lifestyle, maintenance, behavioral issues."
 
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