Georgia Horseback News

Preventing Fall and Winter Colic January 08 2018

Fall and winter is a time of lovely colors, family get-togethers and winding down the busy show season.  However, it is often a time of increased colic calls to veterinarians.

The Clinical Signs of Equine Colic January 18 2016

Photo: Photos.com Clinical signs of colic include changes in behavior or activity that indicate abdominal pain. Although these signs are relatively universal, individual horses may exhibit slightly different cues and different intensities to the same causes of colic. For instance, a colicky foal often rolls onto its back with its feet in the air. Some older horses and perhaps certain breeds may be more stoic than others. Such horses may...