Category Archives: Equine

Protect Against Foal Diarrhea

  Foal diarrhea is a common problem seen at horse farms. Lactobacillus reuteri, a bacterium [...]

Dental Health Awareness Month

Created by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Pet Dental Month is an effort to educate [...]

How Does the Newborn Establish its Gut Flora?

Newborns acquire their gastrointestinal microflora, also known as gut microbiota, during and after birth. During [...]

Heat Stress in Horses

WHAT IS HEAT STRESS IN HORSESHeat stress in horses occurs when their body is unable [...]

Why Equiotic Foal & Mare – a word from Dr. Bernard

Why Equiotic Foal & Mare – A word from Dr. Bernard As a veterinarian I [...]

Skin Issues and the Gut-Skin Axis

Skin Issues and AQP3 Have you noticed your dog or cat scratching a lot?  Or [...]

EquiOtic Foal & Mare Protocols

Give your foals a healthy start! Starting the foal with an initial flora from the [...]

Gastric Ulcers and Lactobacillus Reuteri in Horses

Is your horse at risk for gastric ulcers? Studies of groups of horses under different [...]

The Gut Brain Axis

Our understanding of the significance of the microbiome (organisms of the gastrointestinal tract) has blossomed [...]

Recommendations for a Biosecurity Program from the AAEP

With the recent outbreak of EHV-1 in Europe and now cases reported in Ocala, Florida [...]