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The first 2 years of a dog are equal to 10.5 human years. After the first 2 years, every dog year is equal to 4 human years. They grow so fast that we don’t realize that they are getting older every year. Large breed dogs get older more faster than small breeds. Dogs also get greyRead more
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EMS or Cushing?
Equine Metabolic Syndrome or Cushing disease? Changing lifestyle, increased calorie intake and reduced physical activity leads to potential risk of unhealthy individuals. Horses are not too different from human with this respect: improved grazing pastures, legume, diet rich in carbohydrates, concentrates (which were not easily available earlier) and reduced physical activity and exercise have increased theRead more
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Nutrition of Horses with Cushing’s disease
Many horses with Cushing’s disease (also called pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction, PPID) also have insulin resistance (IR), though not all do. Horses with PPID should be fed a primarily forage diet that will promote ideal body condition score and avoid obesity, which will worsen IR. Concentrates should be fed only as needed to maintain moderateRead more
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Insulin Resistance in horses – what is it?
What is insulin resistance in horses? Insulin resistance in horses, or IR for short, is the failure of tissues to respond appropriately to insulin. A hormone secreted by the pancreas, insulin is released when blood sugar (glucose) is high—such as after eating—to stimulate the uptake of glucose by tissues and maintain proper levels of glucoseRead more
Arthritis in horses
You’ve recently noticed that your horse seems stiff, and you think it might be arthritis. You decide to do some research to see if your theory holds water. Some sources say it might be Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), others suggest Osteoarthritis (OA), but all the symptoms sound the same. No need to panic—osteoarthritis, Degenerative JointRead more