The Language of the Horse

The Language of the Horse

October 07, 2021 2 min read

The relationship between horses and people is often one of leader and follower. People set the boundaries, and care for the horse in nearly every aspect of its’ life. Because of this, it’s easy to horse owners to think of communication as a one-way street. 
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How to Prevent Lameness in Your Horse

How to Prevent Lameness in Your Horse

August 01, 2021 3 min read

It’s every horse owner’s worst nightmare. The moment you watch your horse trot across the pasture or stumble across a change in terrain and think “are they lame?” Not to mention the fan fair of diagnosis and treatments that usually ensue afterward.
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How to Treat a Hoof Abscess at Home

How to Treat a Hoof Abscess at Home

May 18, 2021 2 min read

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How to Fix a Cold Backed Horse

How to Fix a Cold Backed Horse

May 18, 2021 2 min read

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Is Your Horse Stressed?

Is Your Horse Stressed?

September 11, 2020 2 min read

Just as humans experience stress in situations that are mentally or physically difficult, horses also experience stress as a natural response to changes or challenges in their environment. Stress in your horse can result in anxiousness and can cause physical symptoms such as ulcers and colic. 
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Equine Cellutitus

Equine Cellutitus

August 14, 2020 2 min read

A horse’s nature and their environment can contribute to scrapes, bruises, cuts, punctures, and all sorts of different trauma to the legs. Usually, these are not serious, and the swelling goes away easily. However, horses are also susceptible to a more challenging type of limb swelling called cellulitis.
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Breed Spotlight: Icelandic Horses

Breed Spotlight: Icelandic Horses

June 26, 2020 2 min read

The Icelandic Horse is one of the oldest breeds in the world. The Icelandic Horse, along with only a couple of other rare breeds, represent the closest link we have to the first domesticated horses...
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Swamp Fever (EIA)

Swamp Fever (EIA)

May 28, 2020 2 min read

Equine Infectious Anemia also known as Swamp Fever is a viral disease. This virus attacks the horse’s immune system which can be potentially fatal. EIA can be transmitted by blood-feeding insects, such as...
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Sore Hocks?

Sore Hocks?

May 08, 2020 2 min read

The horse's hock joint is one of the hardest working joints of all the joints and plays a crucial role especially in performance horses. They are equivalent to the human ankle. The hock functions to...
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