COVID-19 and Horses Originally published at http://hardawayvet.com/covid-19-and-horses/. If you’ve been to Hardaway Veterinary Hospital in the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed a few changes in how we interact with you and your pet. We are doing everything we can to help keep our team, our clients, and our pets healthy! Let’s talk […]
National Horse Protection Day Originally published at http://hardawayvet.com/national-horse-protection-day/. What is an “Unwanted Horse”? In 2005, the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) formulated a definition for an “Unwanted Horse.” This definition includes any horse that an owner no longer wants. Horses may be old, injured, sick, or unmanageable, because of lameness, behavior problems, or poor […]
FEBRUARY IS INTERNATIONAL HOOF CARE MONTH I think it’s a good time to remind everyone that we should be seeing our farrier all year. If your horse is still doing his job through the colder months – in the fall for hunters, or through the winter skijoring season, the activity and the fact that he is […]
Here is a blog post published in February, 2017 from The Horse Network: Caring for the Orphan Foal.
Here is a blog post published in January of 2017 for The Horse Network on the challenges of rescue horses: “What You Need to Know Before Rescuing Horses.”