David Rendle is a specialist in equine medicine at Rainbow Equine Hospital, North Yorkshire, where he is responsible for internal medicine, critical care and the laboratory service.
Since graduating from the University of Bristol in 2001, he has worked at universities in both the UK and Australia, but has spent most of his career in private practice in the UK.
David is actively involved in all fields of equine medicine, but has a particular interest in endocrine, respiratory, ocular and gastrointestinal diseases. He has published a number of research papers and his recent research focus has been on laminitis and pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction.
Updates on common performance limiting respiratory problems in the horse
Rachel Agass and David Rendle discuss the diagnosis and management of some of the most common diseases of the equine respiratory tract: recurrent laryngeal neuropathy, palatal dysfunction and equine asthma.