Performance & Vitality

  • Anemia

    Red blood cells (RBC) or erythrocytes, are small cells responsible for oxygen transportation throughout the body. They take up oxygen while circulating through the lungs and deliver it to all the other organs of the body (muscles, brain, liver, intestine, etc.).

  • Equine influenza

    Equine influenza is a highly contagious viral disease that usually affects young horses

  • Fever

    Body temperature is usually maintained between 37,5 and 38°C in adult horses.

  • Lyme disease

    10% of ticks of the Ixodes ricinus species are carriers of Lyme disease bacteria (Borrelia burgdorferi). They transmit bacteria to their hosts – humans, dogs, horses – during blood meals.

  • Renal function

    Kidneys constitute the second major elimination organ of the body, with the liver. Kidneys are positioned in the abdomen, under the lumbar vertebrae and are about 14-18 cm length with a somewhat bean shape.