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SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test Referenced in Research Presented at European Veterinary Conference

Abstract draws from University of Glasgow studies utilizing and evaluating the SUCCEED® veterinary diagnostic aid in clinical applications. Aurora, OH (April 30, 2014) – Oral presentation of an abstract from research trials involving the SUCCEED […]

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Results of SUCCEED Research Trial Presented at European Veterinary Conference

Award-winning abstract from Irish study shows benefits of SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program® in clinical applications. Aurora, OH (April 28, 2014) – An abstract of a research trial evaluating the effects of SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program® on […]

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SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test Referenced in Research Presented at European Veterinary Conference

Abstract draws from University of Glasgow studies utilizing and evaluating the SUCCEED® veterinary diagnostic aid in clinical applications. Aurora, OH (April 30, 2014) – Oral presentation of an abstract from research trials involving the SUCCEED […]

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Frank Pellegrini, DVM at Wild West Veterinary Conference

VP of Veterinary Science at Freedom Health, Frank Pellegrini, DVM, spoke at the Wild West Veterinary Conference on Friday, October 19. His two presentations addressed the incidence, differential diagnosis and treatment of ulcers in horses […]

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Diagnose Equine Colonic Ulcers with Fecal Blood Test Kit for Horses

A range of disorders can occur in the equine gastrointestinal tract, often varying widely in causes, symptoms and treatments necessary for recovery. Post-mortem research has shown the incidence of colonic ulcers to be on the […]

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Diagnose Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome With Equine Fecal Blood Testing

Equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS) has become a commonly diagnosed condition among riding horses. Prevalence in adult horses has been reported to range between 55-100% with performance horses. EGUS has also been widely reported in […]