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Dr. José Antonio Guerra’s desire to be more than just a general equine veterinarian led him to a residency program in equine surgery at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM).
Life after laminitis
A Saskatchewan horse named Jessie survives laminitis, thanks to her owner’s exceptional efforts and her health care team’s dedication.
Equine abortions: Chlamydia a culprit?
A team of WCVM researchers are running a study to determine whether the bacterium Chlamydia psittaci is a factor in equine abortions.
Melanoma and grey horses
WCVM veterinary student Whitney Jiricka takes a look at equine melanoma, a type of cancer that is much more common in grey horses than horses of other colours.
A round-up of the latest equine health news at the WCVM. This issue's column includes information about long-time WCVM professor Dr. Spence Barber's retirement and the upcoming Saskatchewan Equine Expo in late October as well as an overview of the latest equine-related research publications.
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