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Horse / Equine Meds

Welcome to Prescription1.Net's dedicated Horse / Equine meds section. Here you will find information, links and options for a range of medications and treatments for your horse or pony.

Notably, some of the more popular horse / equine meds are available via 1-800-Petmeds, one of the World's most popular online sources of pet/animal prescriptions. Included on this list of equine specific medications are - West Nile Innovator, Ulcergard, Synovi, Ivercare, Cosequin, Adequan, Panacur Powerpac, Legend, Equimectrin Paste, Horseshoer's Secret, Strongid and Banamine. Of course, there are others too, and sorted by category - Bone & Joint (Arthritis, Pain & Inflammation, Supplements); Grooming (Odor Control, Shampoo/Conditioners, Fly Control); General Health (Dental, Digestive, Ear, Eye, Odor Control, Skin and Coat, Vitamins/Nutritionals, Wormers); Vaccines (e.g. West Nile Virus); Medications. Click here to visit 1-800-Petmeds.

Equine Tip of the Day - Hoof Care
There is an old saying, that “no foot, no horse”, and undoubtedly, it is as true today as ever. Keeping the feet on your horse trimmed or properly shod is one of the most essential ingredients for keeping your animal sound and in good health. Whether your horse is active jumping fences, roping calves or simply pleasure riding on the weekends, good foot care is extremely important.

Focus on EQUINE PROTOZOAL MYELOENCEPHALITIS (EPM)
This extremely serious debilitating disease is oft described as a master of disguise. It can be difficult to diagnose simply because its signs often mimic other health problems in the horse, and these signs can range from being mild to severe. EPM is an infection of the central nervous system of horses. The neurologic signs that it causes are most commonly asymmetric incoordination (ataxia), weakness and spasticity, although they may mimic almost any neurologic condition. More than 50 percent of all horses in the U.S. may have been exposed to the organism that causes this disease. The causative organism is a protozoal parasite named Sarcocystis neurona. Interestingly, the disease is not transmitted from horse to horse. Rather, the protozoa are spread by the definitive host, the opossum. The onset of the disease may be slow or sudden. If left undiagnosed and untreated, EPM can cause devastating and lasting neurological damage.

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