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Equine Clinical Case Challenge: Intermittent Hematuria

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

History A 16-year-old pony gelding presented for evaluation of intermittent hematuria.  The pony was reported to be previously healthy and exhibited a normal appetite and water consumption at home.  The hematuria was first noted several… Read More

Cystoscopy with a large urolith partially immersed in a pool of urine

Caring for the Veterinary Caregivers

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019

Wellness programs grow on the Grafton campus to help students, faculty, and staff weather the demands of veterinary practice and training Veterinarians and veterinary students tend to work under tremendous pressure, which takes a toll.… Read More

Clinical Case Challenge: More than Blepharospasm OS

Monday, February 4th, 2019

HISTORY: A 21-year-old Standardbred mare presented for a three- week history of discharge and blepharospasm OS. Previous treatment included topical triple antibiotic ointment and systemic minocycline with no improvement. The mare was previously healthy with… Read More

Maintaining Hoof Health in the Winter

Friday, November 9th, 2018

At farms all across New England, winter means taking extra care to ensure horses are healthy and happy. While frozen water buckets and blanket weights are often at the forefront of a horse owner’s mind, one aspect that should not be overlooked is hoof health.

Power Up

Friday, November 9th, 2018

Like people, an equine athlete’s core strength helps to not only prevent injury while increasing training levels but also in recovery from injuries as well.

Travel Confidently

Friday, November 9th, 2018

Providing all of the right information and contacts to a knowledgeable, trustworthy person could save your horse’s life, and a stall identification card with all of this pertinent information is a simple but effective way to achieve this.

A Common Bond of Service

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

Veterans in the Tufts community—faculty, staff, students, and alumni—talk about what being in the armed services means to them

7 Dos and Don’ts for Managing Infectious Disease on the Farm

Monday, September 10th, 2018

A variety of sources can harbor infectious diseases that impact horses, from mosquitos and rodents to pastures and water supplies, to name a few – which is why it is integral to have a strategy in place to contain and resolve them.