Great Lakes Equine


From educational articles to emergency stories, Great Lakes Equine doctors give you a peak into their every day work lives and answer questions on a variety of equine-related subjects commonly asked by our clients.

GLE Staff

Coronavirus Concerns \ by GLE Staff \

Dear Valued GLE Client, In these uncertain times, we would like you to know that all of us at Great Lakes Equine remain committed to taking care of your equine health care needs. We will continue to see your horses on your farm or in the clinic and we continue to be open for emergencies…Read More

Dr. Kate

Managing Cushings \ by Dr. Kate \

Equine Cushings Disease is quite common in the aged horse population, and horse owners often struggle with having an older horse with this condition and how to manage them. So what is Cushing’s disease? Cushing disease is a benign tumor of the pituitary gland, which sits just below brain. The tumor does not spread to…Read More

Dr. Adam Leininger

Time for a Checkup? \ by Dr. Adam Leininger \

            Equine medicine has come a long way with increasingly better diagnostics, treatment options, and a better overall understanding of the equine patient. The practice of equine veterinary medicine is not focused solely on treatment of disease, but also the prevention of disease and illness. Equine dentistry is one area…Read More

Dr. Adam Leininger

Colic: a dirty word \ by Dr. Adam Leininger \

So what is colic? Simply put colic is any type of gastro-intestinal discomfort, so why all the fear and panic? I am sure you probably can count on two hands the amount of times you felt GI pain over the past six months to a year. I am sure over Christmas alone you experienced more…Read More

\ Other Blog Entries \

Coronavirus Concerns

Managing Cushings

Time for a Checkup?

Colic: a dirty word

The Penicillin Predicament

My horse isn’t lame… is he?!

Trailer Accident – Triage in Emergencies

Buy the Right Way with a Pre-purchase Exam.

A Pain in the EYE!

Baby… It’s Cold Outside

Memorial Day Miracle

Tucker’s Survival Story