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Why your horse does what he (or she) does
No hoof, no horse. Take care of it.
All about one of the most important parts of your horses body.
Why your horse limps, and what to do about it.
Diseases, and what to do about them.
Simple, concise, and sound advice about something that is made way too complicated.
Taking care of your old buddy. He took care of you.
Important thing to think about before buying a horse.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. A pound of prevention is way too much.
Making sense out of medicine.
What to know if your horse needs surgery.
Important? Yes. But not as important as you think.
Proper attention to your horse’s wounds can help ensure a successful outcome.
There is more misinformation about acupuncture than just about any other thing in the horse world. Here are facts.
Alternative Medicine Resources
Good information which you can use to help separate fact from fiction.
First devised in the late 1800s by an ex-grocer, chiropractic still has not shown it is worth. There are many reasons.
Herbs and plants have been used as medicine for centuries. The problem – from a medicine point of view – is that they haven’t been very effective, for a variety of reasons. Would you give unknown amounts of unknown substances to your horse?
For more than 200 years, homeopathy has failed to demonstrate that it is anything more than water. Seriously.
Magnets are fascinating. But they do not help tissues heal, and have not for hundreds of year.
An “alternative” industry that is worth billions of dollars to manufacturers – and worth about nothing to the horse.
Musings by Dr. Ramey
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Hay, and such
Where the Horse Industry has let horse owners down –…
Which Vaccinations Are Worth a Shot?
The Pain That is Back Pain – Part Two
Information related to purchasing horses, and the examinations done prior to purchase
Seven Rules for Buying a Horse
On the Value of Horses
Forelimb Flexion Tests
Aging the Horse (or not)
Prospective Evaluation of Forelimb Flexion Tests
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