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Researchers weigh pros and cons of bandaging horse wounds

Are you in the habit of bandaging your horse's wounds, or leaving them to "air out"? Is one approach better than the other? A...

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...

Growing your own medicinal herbs

Learn how you can start your own medicinal herb garden and which herbs are best for your horse. Before horses were domesticated, they roamed free...

Wearable PEMF

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF) puts healing right on the injury. Like human athletes, performance horses sometimes experience painful injuries to their musculoskeletal systems. These...

What We Know About Shockwave Therapy

Many of us have heard the term shockwave therapy, and some have used it to treat injuries in horses. But how much do we...

Trail Riding First Aid

Learn first aid for hoof emergencies in one of the most inconvenient environments you and your horse will encounter – out on the trail. Accidents happen....

Treating your horse’s wounds — holistically

Recognizing and dealing with your horse’s wounds in a holistic way helps ensure successful recovery. Knowing a bit about wounds and wound healing is important...

Herb Blurb: Cat’s Claw

Also known as Una de gato, cat’s claw is a long woody vine with claw-shaped thorns that is native to the Amazon. It has...

Using Honey to Treat Wounds

How can honey and other common substances help to treat wounds? EW asks an expert. Q.  I have a horse that got a nasty bite wound...

Vol. 4 – Issue 2

14 PEACE IN THE STABLE Discussing alternative options with your stable owner 18 SORE FOOT? Protect your horse from the pain and inflammation of a hoof...