Guide to gastric ulcers in horses

The high number of horses afflicted with gastric ulcers has only become truly apparent in the last 20 years, as long endoscopes have become common in equine veterinary practices.

Sadly, most horses will suffer from gastric ulcers at some point in their lives. This means that all horse owners should be clued up to the threats that this unpleasant condition poses.

How to prevent and diagnose gastric ulcers in your horse, and care for them if affected

This guide provides a handy look at what we know about gastric ulcers right now. It will provide you with useful information as to what is thought to be linked to causing gastric ulcers. This will help you stand the best chance of avoiding them in the first place, and thus sparing your horse unnecessary pain.

Of course your horse may already have gastric ulcers, but they are undiagnosed. Only a vet can provide a definite diagnosis using a long endoscope. But this guide shares the main signs of gastric ulcers to look out for, which will help you decide whether to seek a proper diagnosis.

Finally, you may already know for sure that your horse has gastric ulcers. If this is the case the guide will also be useful to you as it gives tips on how to care for a horse with gastric ulcers.

Download your guide to gastric ulcers in horses today!

This handy guide will provide you with an excellent starting point for understanding about gastric ulcers in your horse. To download your guide, simply complete a few short details on the form below.

Remember though, the only way to be certain whether your horse has gastric ulcers is to consult your vet.

As with all the information we provide, we hope our guide to gastric ulcers in horses will give you all the answers you need. If you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact our expert nutritional team who will be happy to help.

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