Equine Asthma – Is your horse coughing?

Three horses, a gray, a bay, and a chestnut grazing in a pasture with a split-rail fence and trees in the background on a sunny day.

Equine Asthma – Is your horse coughing? The time to take action is now! Prevention of airway problems such as Equine Asthma is the best way to protect your horse, but when not successful, what is next? Early intervention is paramount when dealing with the irreversible disease, equine asthma, commonly referred to as heaves, RAO or IAD. The disease starts off with a hypersensitivity reaction to particles in the air (e.g., dust, mould). These particles cause inflammation in the airways and restrict airflow. Heaves ‘Heaves’ is now called severe equine…

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