Vol.9 – Issue 5


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10 ARTHRITIS: A HOLISTIC APPROACH – PART 1
Understanding the causes and diagnosis of this common condition.

13 REHABILITATION FOR SOUNDNESS
Lameness issues benefit from the healing capacity of nature and time.

14 TRIMMING THE SPECIAL NEEDS HORSE
Horses that are young, nervous, or sore need special consideration. Here’s how to help make them more comfortable.

16 HERBS FOR DIGESTIVE
HEALTH How they can ease these 4 common GI challenges.

20 VICES AND STRESS MANAGEMENT
The root cause of cribbing, weaving and other vices is stress. Here are some tips to help your horse.

23 IS REHABILITATION REQUIRED?
Many physical or behavioral issues can be avoided if we simply pay attention and listen to what our horses are trying to tell us.

24 TTOUCH FOR TRAUMA
These techniques can help your horse in times of injury or illness. And best of all – you can do them yourself!

30 MIGHTY MINIATURES
This dream team of tiny equines is changing the lives of people across the globe.

35 WHAT THE HAY?
Why a hay analysis should form the basis for developing your horse’s nutrition program.

36 ESSENTIAL OILS TO THE RESCUE
These suggestions for emotional and physical healing can help your horse on the road to recovery!

40 RECOGNIZING AND REPORTING EQUINE ABUSE AND NEGLECT
If you suspect a horse is not receiving adequate care, it is important to take proper steps to report it.

45 PROTEIN — THE MISUNDERSTOOD NUTRIENT
Many people equate protein with energy, but it has many other important functions as well.

46 RIDING FROM THE GROUND
Long-lining has many benefits, including increased communication, trust, confidence and training.

52 PREVENT COLIC
Help stop this serious condition before it starts by implementing these management and feeding practices.

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