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BACK TO HOOVES

There are so many hoofcare blogs and websites ‘out there’ now, all different, all proclaiming to be THE RIGHT WAY that things can get VERY confusing, VERY quickly, even for…

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Transfer Factor – Preventing Disease in Horses

The Equine Chronicle — August/September 2013013 Heather Smith Thomas For many decades, the typical way veterinarians and horse owners have dealt with disease is by vaccination and by treating sick…

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Laminitis & Vaccines

Vaccination may exacerbate the signs in horses with chronic laminitis warn scientists in America. Dr David M Hood DVM PhD and his research team at the Texas A & M…

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West Nile Virus in Horses

  ” … The Protocol   The goal of the protocol is to weaken the virus, boost the immune system so the horse can fight the virus with his own…

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Harnessing Manuka Honeys Healing Power

Harnessing Manuka Honeys Healing Power.  “Honey has been used since ancient times to treat multiple conditions. It wasn’t until the late 19th century that researchers discovered that honey has natural…

Acupressure and Emotional Healing

    Did you know that acupressure can help with emotional issues as well? It certainly seemed to help in this elderly rescue horse’s case. Read Lillie’s story here. http://thenaturallyhealthyhorse.com/acupressure-emotional-healing-lillies-story/

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Lead your Horse’s Body with Your Mind

  Yep — paraphrased from this simple Aikido principle: Lead your body with your mind. If you cut something with your mind first, it makes it tremendously easier for your…

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Are you PASSIONATE about your horse?

    Are you passionate about your horse? Is your heart set on giving your very best for your horse? Do you dream of one day being ‘one’ with your…

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On “Tying Up” in Horses …

On “Tying Up” in Horses — “Certain herbs including Curcumin, Boswellia and even Ashwaghanda may prove of unique benefit to these horses as not only do these herbs posses the…

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Signs of Magnesium Deficiency in your Horse

  “Some common signs of magnesium deficiency may include: * Nervous, anxious temperament * Sudden shying at familiar objects * Violent pulling-back when tied * Dislike of grooming * Aggression…

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FEEDS – quick look

“The following information outlines the type of feeds that have resulted in improved hoof function and temperament for many horses.  Whilst low sugar and starch is always advisable, other less well-known factors…

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TURMERIC Found More Effective Than Phenylbutazone

Curcumin reduces acute pain and inflammation better than NSAID phenylbutazone (5)The anti-inflammatory activity of curcumin was evaluated in a group of patients who underwent surgery or suffered from trauma. A…

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New Therapy!

New Therapy There is a new therapy to help avoid Fall Frost grass and Spring lush grass Fructan (Sugar) Laminitis. 2013 EV Journal on using Baking Soda to alkalize cecal…

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Herbal Oils & Salves

Herbs and oils have been used forever. And God said, “Let the earth sprout vegetation, plants yielding seed, and fruit trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each according…

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I’m CRINGING!!!!!

Every time I see a post somewhere about a  horse with Cushings or EMS or IR and on some prescribed pharmaceutical I cringe and so wish I could just jump…

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Herbal Anti-Inflammatories

3 Herbs that fight inflammation and pain. Easily added into the horse’s diet: (and your own!) 1. Burdock Root One of the best things for joint pain is to increase…

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Tie Up Training – Horsemanship Journal

See on Scoop.it – Holistic Horses from PENZANCE Equine Integrative Solutions Standing patiently when tied up is a fundamental part of any horse’s training. Here Jason Webb explains how to…

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Brief Descriptions of Some Homeopathic Medicines Commonly Used with Wildlife First Aid

Brief Descriptions of Some Homeopathic Medicines Commonly Used with Wildlife First Aid Shirley J. Casey, MBA and Betty Jo Black, DVM It is critical to follow standard rehabilitation practices such…

NO HOOF – NO HORSE

See on Scoop.it – Equine Health & Wellness Defining Good Horsemanship with PENZANCE Equine Integrated Solutions and Gwenyth Santagate Gwenyth Santagate‘s insight: #horses #horselovers #hoofcare in-depth understanding of the equine…