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Best Pain Reliever Products for Horses

8 Best Pain Reliever Products for Horses

Last Updated on May 25, 2022 by Allison Price Pain in horses will prove a wide range of signs and changes on their behavior. This is depending on the location and severity of the pain. These things often causes major problem if left untreated immediately. Horses are prey animals, so they tend to try to

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Best Weight Gain Supplements for Horses

The Best Weight Gain Supplements for Horses: Reviews & Guides

Last Updated on May 25, 2022 by Allison Price Nothing is better than fresh grass growing on a healthy pasture as a horse feeds. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have enough nutrients to keep the horses healthy. Yet, they keep the horses active and alive all year round. Like others, horses need help in getting essentials to

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Best Horse Riding Breeches

Best Horse Riding Breeches

Last Updated on May 25, 2022 by Allison Price Horse riding breeches are there to stretch and to allow for more freedom of movement when riding a horse. This allows riders to sit and ride more at ease. Instead of chafing and slipping in the saddle, they will now concentrate on training. Breeches are in

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Best Horse Riding Helmets

Best Horse Riding Helmets

Last Updated on May 25, 2022 by Allison Price We always want to focus on safety every day. That’s why every time we do horse riding; we make sure we’re wearing the right pieces of equipment to keep us safe. Horse riding refers to leisure riding either in enclosed areas or on trails. These activities

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Best Horse Riding Boots

Best Horse Riding Boots

Last Updated on May 25, 2022 by Allison Price Riding boots are an essential component of equestrian attire. Each piece is then designed for hacking out, and schooling. It is also for doing yard work, or competition riding. A good pair of riding boots is a necessity for a rider’s safety, comfort, and correct seating

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Best Horse Wormers

Best Horse Wormers

Last Updated on May 26, 2022 by Allison Price Controlling internal parasites is the primary concern of horse doctors. But due to constant deworming, parasite resistance has become a problem. Thus, vets work with clients in developing deworming strategies. Only horses showing signs of heavy parasite load must be then treated. Most adult horses develop

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The Best Horse Boots Wraps

The Best Horse Boots & Wraps

Last Updated on May 26, 2022 by Allison Price Horse boots are usually used during riding, lunging, or turn out. This is to protect the horse’s legs from any injury. It also absorbs some of the shocks on impact as a horse’s hoof hits the ground. Horse boots can shield the legs of horses from

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Best Supplement For Horse Riders

Best Supplement For Horse Riders

Last Updated on May 26, 2022 by Allison Price Supplements for horse riders, like in all sports, can reduce the amount of time required to train. It enhances your performance and recovery making this an essential in riders’ life. Supplements are a great option to maximize your recovery as well as an advantage for all

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Equine Anhidrosis

Equine Anhidrosis

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Introduction Anhidrosis refers to a reduced ability to sweat when the body is heated. Horses and humans have both been known to experience an inability to sweat. It is most common in hot and humid climates like Florida and the other Gulf Coast states. This is a problem

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Heart Murmurs in Horses

Heart Murmurs in Horses

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Horses make heart murmurs High velocity blood flow can cause heart murmurs. Although murmurs are more common in horses with heart disease, they can also be heard in horses that have normal blood flow. It is important to identify the cause of a murmur by determining its location,

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Botulism in Horses

Botulism in Horses & Other Mammals

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price What is botulism? Botulism, one of the most dangerous toxins known, is caused by ingestion. Botulism can affect any mammal, but horses are the most vulnerable. Botulism can also affect foals and adult horses (called “shaker foal syndrome”) What are the clinical signs and symptoms of botulism? The

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EXERTIONAL RHABDOMYOLYSIS

TYING UP (EXERTIONAL RHABDOMYOLYSIS)

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Originally known as Monday Morning Disease, ER is more common in horses after exertion such as hunters, racehorses and endurance horses. However, it can happen in any horse. We’ll discuss the symptoms, causes, how to diagnose and treat it, and what we can do prevent future

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Semen Storage

Semen Storage: The Benefits of Freezing Semen

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Your breeding program will benefit greatly from the ability to freeze your stallion’s semen. This includes the possibility for your mares to be bred in any area without being over-used. We will be discussing the benefits of freezing your semen in this article. Frozen Semen: The Advantages

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Horse Strangles Vaccination

Horse Strangles Vaccination Service

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Strangles Vaccination & Treatment for Horses in Brisbane and Ipswich Strangles is a contagious respiratory illness that is caused by Streptococcus Equi. Horses can be exposed to the bacterium through direct contact with their nasal discharge, pus discharging abscesses, and coughing. It can also be spread

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Horse Enterolith

How do I know if my horse has an enterolith?

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Enteroliths can be suspected if your horse has colic symptoms or is older than 10. These intestinal stones can be fatal if they are caught early. However, horses that have them removed will usually recover within a few weeks. Enteroliths can be as small as a pea

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Psyllium Husks

Should I feed my horse psyllium husks?

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Commercial psyllium products, which are made from the husks of psyllium seeds, are used to remove sand from horses’ digestive systems. There are some interesting findings from numerous studies on the efficacy of psyllium-husks. No matter where you live in the world, horses will be exposed to

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Canine And Wolf Teeth in Horses

What is the difference between canine and wolf teeth in horses?

Last Updated on April 15, 2022 by Allison Price Horse owners often confuse canine and wolf tooth — some even using the terms interchangeably. There are many key differences between canine teeth and wolf teeth. Let’s have a closer look at the mouth of your horse… The Canine Tooth Canine canine teeth are found in the

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