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Horse Teeth

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Maintaining and caring for a senior horse can get expensive. Many senior horses require special supplements and feed, and others also need therapeutic shoeing. more

Equine Wellness

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Kristin Hungenberg

Keeping Your Horse Calm Naturally During Stall Rest more

Equine Wellness

A NEW exciting line of unique equine supplements, developed specifically for the Competition horse and tested free from FCSs more

Top Products

Alleviating equine facial tension through massage more

Therapy

VibraVM

VibraVM

Matrix Therapy Products welcomes the VibraVM For Natural treatment of Respiratory conditions in animals more

Top Products

Materia Medica of Herbs to use on horses safely more

Educational

Great progress has been made, in Koch’s lab, by PhD student Sarah Lepage, in collaboration with Dr. Rita Kandel from the University of Toronto. They are putting together a protocol for making tissue engineered cartilage constructs more

Educational

Horse Grazing

Holistic Horse. Inc

In general, allow horses to graze either in the early morning or evening to minimize ingestion of fructose-rich leaves. more

In the Field

Essential oils can support the complex messaging that occurs throughout the nervous system. Due to their regenerative and soothing properties, essential oils can address the root causes of acute and chronic conditions, helping the neurons transmit an more

Therapy

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Richard Harty

Fascial restrictions affect our horse’s flexibility and stability, and are a determining factor in their ability to withstand stress and perform daily activities . more

Equine Wellness

Product name changes highlight their applications and usage. Zephyr’s Garden, a Uckele company, has renamed several of its topical herbal formulas. more

Horse in Field

Dr. Rhiannon Fenton

Have you ever wondered how your horse feels—emotionally? more

Equine Wellness

Horse Grazing

Holistic Horse. Inc

The disease—abbreviated MND—is thought to be linked to vitamin E deficiency, and possibly to have a link to difficulty in absorbing vitamin E, as well as being linked to genetics, environment, management, and diet. more

Educational

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LA Pomeroy

Evidence suggests horses are among the handful of non-human animals capable of distinguishing between positive and negative human facial cues This study is one of the first to present such evidence. more

Neuro Emotional Technique May Offer a Solution for Hard-to-Diagnose Maladies more

Therapy

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Muscle atrophy is the gradual loss of muscle. There are two causes: the first is a lack of physical activity and can be reversed with exercise and better nutrition. Many horses kept in stalls develop atrophy because of lack of sufficient exercise more

Therapy

Lack of Gluteal Muscle

M Simonds

Exercises for Correcting Sacral & Hind End Weakness in your horse. more

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Jaguar Animal Health

www.jaguaranimalhealth.com

Results of Initial Study Show that Jaguar's Equine Product Candidate for Treatment of Gastric Ulcers May Offer Horse Owners an Additional Advantage in the Competition Horse World. more

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Monique Craig www.Epona-Institute.org

Thrush, a foul-smelling black pus, can sometimes be found in the horse's hoof. Monique Craig of the Epona Institute, writes on how to diagnose thrush, how to treat it and how to avoid it. more

Hoof Care

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