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Our Favorite Websites

American Association of Equine Practitioners
The American Association of Equine Practitioners home page. Go to the Horse Owners section for excellent horse health information.

American Veterinary Medical Association
A great resource for all veterinary related news.

Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association
Our local association with up to date news on veterinary things in our home state.

The Horse Magazine
A media partner of AAEP. Excellent veterinary approved articles on horse health and more.

The Horse Video Seminars
Watch free on-line video seminars given by experts on a variety of horse health topics.

Safer Grass
Good information related to care and maintenance of horses with chronic laminitis.

Small Airway Inflammatory Disease and Heaves
Dr. Andy Hoffman’s Lung Function Lab website with great info on small airway inflammatory disease and heaves.

Colorado State Orthopedics
Colorado State University’s Gail Holmes Equine Orthopaedic Research Center. The Orthopaedic Topics page has excellent information on common orthopedic conditions in the horse.

Rutgers Nutrition
The Equine Science Center at RutgersUniversity – excellent horse owner info on a variety of topics, especially nutrition.

Body Condition Scoring
Excellent diagram and description of the Body Condition Scoring system for assessing your horse’s weight.

United States Equine Federation
USEF drug and medication rules.

Fédération Equestre Internationale
FEI drug and medication rules.

Red Maple
Information on Red Maple Leaf Poisoning in Horses

We work closely with Vet-Stem to provide the most cutting-edge treatment options for your equine athlete.

Heifer International
Heifer International is one of our favorite charities that assists families to end hunger and poverty. Check it out!

Unwanted Horse Veterinary Relief Campaign
The Unwanted Horse Veterinary Relief Campaign is a non-profit joint effort between Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health and the AAEP. Qualifying equine rescue and retirement facilities can receive complimentary equine vaccines for horses in their care, protecting the horses’ health and making them more adoptable.