Equine Cushing’s Disease

Some of the most visible signs that your horse may have Cushing’s are: A thick shaggy coat especially in the winter that does not shed out easily in the spring. Obesity and loss of muscle especially in the top line. Frequent laminitis especially in the fall. Excessive drinking and urination. What Exactly Is Equine Cushing’sContinue reading Equine Cushing’s Disease

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Should I Blanket My Horse – How A Horse Stays Warm

There is an age-old debate that been going on for a very long time. The debate of whether to blanket or not blanket. Just a side note: I notice that it is being called rugging in some areas. There are many factors to be considered when making your choice. There are physiological reasons to blanketContinue reading Should I Blanket My Horse – How A Horse Stays Warm

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How Our Horses Can Help Us – Equine Assisted Learning

In the coming weeks and months we will focus a lot on how we can help our horse live a healthier life and we have touched on a small aspect of that topic in our previous blog. However, I would like to write this week about how our horses can help us. If, you haveContinue reading How Our Horses Can Help Us – Equine Assisted Learning

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Equine Supplements – Improving Gut Health

The GI tract of a horse is complex to say the least. The process in which food is broken down and distributed through the GI tract is crucial to a horse’s survival. It is up to the horse owner to be vigilant in watching for any changes that could be a warning sign of thingsContinue reading Equine Supplements – Improving Gut Health

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