Understand better what’s going on in the equine stomach and beyond.
Veterinary practitioners need a shift in perspective, recognizing that gastric ulceration represents only the tip of the iceberg of a much larger range of GI pathology afflicting performance horses. They need more accessible, reliable tools and methods that deliver more complete and accurate diagnoses. They need more effective treatment protocols. And, most importantly, they need to get at the root causes of poor digestive health in performance horses in order to truly ensure prevention.
Download this free white paper to understand current limitations in diagnostics and review new methods for diagnosis for a more complete view of the horse’s GI health and better care for equine patients.