Highlights of Equine "98 study results

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The following are highlights excerpted from Part I of the NAHMS Equine study: Baseline Reference of Equine Health and Management, Released in Novemberthis report provides participants, industry, and animal-health officials with information on the Nation’s equine population that will serve as a.

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Equine Behavioral Medicine provides an essential resource for those who work with, study, and provide care to horses. It provides critical knowledge to help users understand the complex aspects of their behavior in order to benefit the animal, observe safe practices, and advance research in this area.

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McGivney, Haige Han, Leanne R. Corduff, Lisa M. Katz, Teruaki Tozaki, David E. MacHugh. Study Results” by Cathy Smith Hybels, Julyavailable on the High Horses website). The pilot test results presented preliminary evidence that GAS met High Horses’ needs as a method for measuring individual-specific functional gains for participants in a short-term TR program.

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Results By 31 Julyhorses were enrolled in the study including, and 35 horses that first raced at 2, 3, 4 and 5 years of age, respectively. During their first year of racing, half the horses earned no more than A from race earnings, and (%) horses earned no money at all. Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery.

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Results showed that almost all veterinarians feel veterinary technicians are knowledgeable about preventive pet health (98%) and. People searching for equine science courses by distance learning found the articles, information, and resources on this page helpful.

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Drs. Melissa King and Elizabeth Davidson have put together a comprehensive list of topics on the Rehabilitation of the Equine Athlete. Articles include: Principles and Practical Applications of Equine Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy Assessment, Biomechanics of Rehabilitation, Joint Mobilization/Manual Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Advancements in the Rehabilitation of Bone Injuries, Returning to a High.

“The results from this study indicated that participants in the equine-facilitated psychotherapy intervention experienced a significant reduction in post-traumatic stress symptoms over the course of the treatment.

However, we also saw the control group (with traditional cognitive behavioural therapy) experience similar symptom decreases. The Equine Studies Program is the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program that is designed to prepare students not only for further university study, but also for the horse industry.

The AAEC-PV Equine Studies Program is recognized nationally and received the AYHC Partnership award for innovative programs that “connect kids through. This journal appears monthly and provides practical educational articles on diagnosis and treatment for equine veterinary clinicians.

Articles are also of interest to veterinary students and others with an involvement in the equine veterinary world.

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The results of this study aid in defining the current usage of different joint therapy medications within equine practice. This knowledge can guide further research as well as education. View. Equestrian Life delivers the best in equestrian news, features and lifestyle plus essential information for every horse enthusiast.A recent study completed by Massey University researchers emphasized the need to teach first-year vet students about equine behavior.

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