Vet Center Blog:

Your resource for current, advanced equine GI health diagnostics and management news and research.

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The Relationship Between Stereotypies and Microbes

Stereotypies, such as cribbing and stall-walking, are not found in wild horses, thus are likely a direct result of domestication and modern husbandry practices. While they may arise for a variety of reasons, these vices […]

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Early Detection & Accurate Diagnosis of Equine Hindgut Pathologies

When it comes to the gastrointestinal health of our patients, equine veterinarians are highly aware of the widespread nature of gastric ulceration, especially for horses used in competition and professional settings. We also deal with […]

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The Development of a Fecal Antibody Test to Support the Differential Diagnosis of Equine Gastric and Colonic Ulceration

A review of the research and development behind the SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test™  Overview Over the course of seven years, we have observed a high rate of gastric and colonic ulcers in over 900 […]