Monday, December 16, 2019
Home Tags Therapy

Tag: therapy

Ayurveda for your horse

Ayurveda, an ages-old therapy, focuses on each equine as an individual. “What is Ayurveda?” This is the number one question I get asked, and answering...

Tissue mineral analysis

Mineral analysis, a hairy tool for preventive health. When Gold Medalist and three-time National Dressage Competitor Shannon Peters showed her nine-year-old Grand-Prix horse Flor De...

Herbal liniments for sport horses

Liniments are externally-applied treatments that can be adapted for a variety of situations. Learn when and why to use liniments – and what herbs...

COLDFLEX®

Start using COLDFLEX® Self-Cooling Products and stop risking soft-tissue damage from over-icing, or the pain and discomfort often associated with ice and chemical packs....

Saving the gentle giants

Big horses have even bigger hearts. And so does the team at Gentle Giants Draft Horse Rescue. Though she grew up on a small Warmblood...

Music for your Horse

Learn how music can benefit his well-being. The horse is one of nature’s musicians. We see equines move to music during dressage routines, and as...

It’s Play Time: Toys for Horses

Did you know that toys can help promote herd play, assist with proper digestion and eating behaviors, and bring fun to your training? Toys and treats...

EFT for Horses

The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) can help you and your horse release your old stories and resolve physical and behavioral challenges. The first time I...

Holistic veterinary advice

Q: What is the best way to draw out a hoof abscess? I am receiving conflicting advice from the professionals who work on my...

Heat and Cold Therapy

Heat and cold therapy are the“go-tos” for soft tissue injuries. Find out which you should use, and when. There’s nothing new about heat and cold therapy....