Monday, April 22, 2019
four important things to know about laser therapy

Four important things to know about laser therapy

Laser therapy for horses is a drug-free, surgery-free, non-invasive therapy that can be applied to most conditions that are painful, swollen or not healing. ...
Equine Leaky Gut Syndrome - nutrients for a healthy gastrointestinal tract

Equine leaky gut syndrome – nutrients for a healthy gastrointestinal tract

A leaky gut allows undesirable molecules into your horse’s body. Here, we highlight nutrients important to gastrointestinal tract (GIT) barrier function and health, including...
How to rehabilitate overgrown hooves

How to rehabilitate overgrown hooves

Overgrown hooves are a common problem in rescue horses that have not been cared for properly. If you have adopted such a horse, here’s...
PEMF therapy to treat an injured horse

The do’s and don’ts of rehabilitating your injured horse

Injuries happen, and getting your horse back into work as soon as possible depends on implementing and carrying through with a good rehabilitation program. Whether...
Wound care for your horse

Wound care for your horse

Accidents can and do happen – these basic wound care tips for treating your horse will help you be better prepared.  Injuries, wounds and lacerations...
Muscle soreness in horses

Muscle soreness in horses – how to recognize and treat it

Is your horse suffering from primary or secondary muscle soreness? Learn the difference between the two, know what signs to look for, and what...
One Planet, One Health – human, equine and ecosystem wellness

One Planet, One Health – human, equine and ecosystem wellness

When we consider the connections between human, equine and ecosystem health, a more holistic, integrated understanding of wellness emerges. The “One Health” approach is...
How riding surfaces impact the hoof

How riding surfaces impact the hoof

Your horse’s hooves are resilient and adaptable, and can handle varied riding surfaces – as long as you pay proper attention to basic hoof...
Equine leaky gut syndrome – part 1

Equine leaky gut syndrome

A leaky gut allows undesirable molecules into your horse’s body, adversely affects her nutrient absorption, causes inflammation, and may seriously impair her bodily functions....
Special Report: Ticks & lyme disease in the equine

Special Report: Ticks & lyme disease in the equine

Caused by ticks, Lyme disease can have serious consequences for your horse. Protect him by arming yourself with the latest information. Lyme disease (LD) has...