BeneFab Valentine Special: Pampering Your Horse

February 09, 2018 2 min read

Is there a better time of year to spend some extra time and energy showing your horse love and care? The more love and care you give your horse, the happier they will be. Just like humans, horses can become stressed and overworked, but there’s nothing like quality care to pick up the pieces.

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here are some great ways to spoil your horse:

Groom your horse Not only does brushing make your horse’s coat look better, it’s also therapeutic for both of you. Tip: try to do this at least once a day to reduce stress. Look into a good Equine Massage treatment Equine Massage can help release tension within muscles, improve circulation, stimulate the nervous system and it helps in digestion. Give your horse a pedicure A farrier visit will not only improve your horses gait but will decrease the pressure and pain that they could be experiencing if their hooves are in need of repair Offer healthy treats While your horse may appear fine eating the same thing day in and day out, a treat now and again won’t hurt. Offer them your favorite fruits and veggies daily to add some variety to their diet! Incorporate BeneFab® into their daily routine BeneFab’s products are designed to work with your horse to promote healthy body function. They can be an extremely beneficial method to add to your preventative or rehabilitative regimen.

The best products to pamper your horse with on Valentine Day:

Sore No-More Massage Shampoo, cleanses your horses coat without stripping their coat’s natural oils. With its liniment base, it is a dual action shampoo - meaning it cleanses while soothing pains and aches. The Rejuvenate SmartScrimfeatures over 80 magnets located on key acupuncture points for targeted stimulation. It is clinically proven to increase blood circulation and reduce inflammation in moderate to high exercise horses. This increase in blood circulation stimulates recovery time, and increases


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