New hope for plump ponies

laminitisLaminitis is more common in ponies such as Shetland (above) and Welsh Mountain ponies that have been bred to survive harsh winters when snow on the ground kills the grass.

A drug related to one used to treat human metabolic syndrome has been found by researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to prevent laminitis in ponies with the equine version of metabolic syndrome. Just like humans, ponies, particularly, and […]

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