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Navigating equine health industry regulations

Equine health professional laws and regulations vary widely depending on where you live, and that makes it difficult to determine who can practice which therapies....

Clicker training for hoof handling

If your horse needs help with hoof handling manners, clicker training can create positive associations and responses in a safe and calm manner. It’s been almost...

Coexisting with critters on your farm

Whether you see them or not, your farm is home to many creatures besides you and your horses. Let’s take a look at how you...

Bentonite clay and diatomaceous earth

You have likely heard of different clays and earths being used in various ways to help promote healing and wellness in horses. But what...

Tips for handling a rearing horse

Rearing is a very dangerous unwanted behavior in horses. Let’s take a look at why your horse might display this behavior, and how you can...

Pepper: A laminitis case study

In the rehabilitation process from laminitis, things often seem to get worse before they get better. Let’s take a walk through Pepper’s journey from...

Essential oils and equine pain relief

We don’t need to rely solely on pharmaceuticals to help give our horse pain relief. Age-old remedies such as essential oils are becoming more...

Nutraceuticals and the aging horse

While we can’t prevent aging, you can help support your elderly horse through the senior years with these natural strategies. Horses, like people are living...

Centered Riding basics

Reconnect and build trust with Centered Riding basics. Sally Swift, the founder of Centered Riding, would often remind her students that the basics of Centered...

Honey for equine wound management

Honey isn’t just good to eat – it has great wound-healing properties for humans and horses alike! Bees manufacture honey as a way to store...