How to Yawn #16

Let's talk common horse sense. Andrew Ferguson Fraser (The Behaviour and Welfare of the Horse, 2010) wrote ... "This stretching phenomenon is termed pandiculation in human medicine. This stationary activity is vital to a foal's growth and joint correctness. It has as much effect on tendons, bo... Read More

Dogs & Yellow Fat Disease

Acute Yellow Fat Disease is rarer in dogs than chronic Yellow Fat Disease. Chronic Yellow Fat Disease is subclinical — without severe or readily observable symptoms. Biological aging is closely associated — almost-but-not-quite synonymous — with Broad-Spectrum Yellow Fat Disease. Chro... Read More

Ears & Yellow Fat Disease

Lipofuscin accumulates in the ears as well as many other parts of the body. It's the cause of Broad-Spectrum Yellow Fat Disease (cumulative lipofuscinosis). <> Lipofuscin is often associated with "aging," but I beg to differ. It's not the length of the journey that breaks us down — it'... Read More