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Trimming the Toe

Holistic Horse

How the hooves are effected by dental issues in the horses mouth. Read more

Equine Wellness

The American Association of Equine Practitioners, headquartered in Lexington, KY, was founded in 1954 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and welfare of the horse. Read more

Therapy

Horse Canine teeth

Karen Tappenden

Integrative modalities to help treat dental issues in horses Read more

Equine Wellness

Acupunctre on a Horse

Linda Umla

A list of therapies useful to battle Laminitis in the horse Read more

Therapy

foal sleeping

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Celebrate your new arrival this spring, and give him or her a healthy start with these tips to handle "Foals' Firsts": Read more

Equine Wellness

I use an Equine Massage Therapist (EMT) for my three horses with fairly regular visits. She recommended that I have an Equine Chiropractor look at one of my horses because of some crookedness she saw in the spine and hip areas. Read more

Equine Wellness

chiropractic

Tappenden

Vertebral misalignments can also cause problems for the rider. Ironically, riding can contribute to these problems. Read more

Therapy

Pat Cleveland explains what happens when a horse's stifles lock up. Read more

Therapy

Kissing spines, an impingement of the dorsal spinous processes, may be a major component in sore backs in horses. The condition is defined by the tops of the bones of the spinal column being too close together. Read more

Therapy

Chiropractic care can affect all areas of your horse's body even if the chiropractor works only on its back.  Therefore, "subluxations," not symptoms, are the reason to have regular chiropractic checkups. Read more

Therapy

Corn Flower

Holistic Horse

How to manage allergies in horses Read more

Equine Wellness

Vertebral misalignments can cause problems for the horse and for the rider. Read more

Therapy

Horses can and do develop allergies, just like humans. An allergy is an imbalance of the immune system, resulting from reactions to grass and tree pollens, food, and molds contained in damp hay or straw. Read more

Therapy

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