Utah horse health care includes parasite management. In general, parasites are organisms that form a relationship with the horse that is harmful to the horse while beneficial to the parasite. Horses can serve as a host to a variety of internal parasites, including small strongyles, large strongyles, bots, tapeworms, roundworms and pinworms. Identifying signs of parasite infestation, along with developing treatment and management plans both for horses and boarding facilities, are essential to equine health
In Utah, have you considered that horse health care may include a Holistic medicine approach? Holistic medicine is considered complementary, alternative, and integrative veterinary medicine. It includes acupuncture, homeopathy, manual or manipulative therapy (chiropractic), nutraceutical therapy, and phytotherapy (herbal medicine). To find a qualified holistic veterinary practitioner, go to the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA) website.