Spring is right around the corner! Time to deep clean your house, get the car tuned up, pack away the snow pants and best of all, give your horse a spring check-up too!
A healthy foal starts with a healthy broodmare. The economic success of a broodmare hinges on her ability to foal early in the year, be rebred and conceive quickly, and to nurse a healthy, growing foal that develops normally. While there are many factors that contribute to a broodmare’s success, nutrition is one important component in an effective breeding operation.
In the wake of hurricanes in Texas and Florida and wildfires burning throughout the U.S., it’s a good time to ask yourself: Would you be prepared to care for my pets and animals in an emergency?
Thanks to rabies vaccination and animal control programs in the U.S., human cases of rabies have been dramatically reduced here. You can do your part as a dog owner to help control rabies by understanding the disease and keeping your dog up-to-date on his/her vaccination.
Badger Veterinary Hospital is collecting supply and monetary donations for the animal relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
You love your dog. You do what’s best for your dog. But sometimes you worry he isn’t protected from deadly heartworm disease.
Approximately 1.5 to 3 percent of healthy cats in the U.S. are infected with FIV, or feline immunodeficiency virus. What is this virus and how does it impact a cat’s health?
Dr. Toria Waldron shows us how she performs a mirror dental exam on a horse.
The old adage “straight from the horse’s mouth” may seem more meaningful when you consider that a licensed practitioner can learn so much about an animal’s health by examining its mouth.