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Hidden Dangers: Keeping Horse Founder at Bay

 
laminitis in horses

As horse owners, we can all appreciate the sight of horses grazing on a lush green pasture! But there are dangers that can lurk in those lush pastures. A common cause of laminitis in horses is the beautiful green grasses of spring and summer.

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Got Ticks? How to Prevent Lyme Disease in Horses

 
lyme disease in horses

We all hate ticks, and this year there are more than ever! Tick bites are worrisome not only because they can cause skin reactions and/or infections, but they can spread disease. The most common tick-borne diseases horse owners should be aware of are Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis.

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Good-Bye Sun-Bleaching! 6 Summer Horse Grooming Tips

 
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It's finally summertime, which means your horse will be spending more time in the sun! Just like your skin, your horse's coat (especially if a dark color) will need some protection from the sun's harmful rays to hold it's shine and tone. So how do we get our horse to shine like the sun?

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Weaning Foals: Methods and Stress Free Tips

 
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By: Dr. Kelly Walter

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Horse Grooming Tips: How to Keep Your Horse Sparkling Clean

 
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By: Liv Gude, Professional Equine Grooms

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Leather Care: How to Inspect your Leather Tack For Safety

 
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By: Liv Gude, Pro Equine Grooms

Leather Care: 5 Secrets to a Well-Fitting Saddle

 
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Have you ever worn poor fitting shoes all day only to find that you ache from head to toe the following day? Poor fitting tack is similar to you wearing poor fitted shoes. Making sure your horse's tack fits properly is one of the most important things you can do for your horse.

Foal Care: 6 Foal Nutrition Tips You Don't Want to Miss!

 
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By: Dr. Kelly Walter

10 Stress Free Horse Transportation Tips

 
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Spring has sprung and it is time to hit the trails and the show arena! Although this time of year is exciting, hitting the road with your horse can trigger significant stress. So whether your horse is a seasoned or rookie traveler, it is important to take precautions and be prepared before loading up and heading down the road.

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Prepare Yourself for Your Newborn Baby Animal!

 
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PREPARE YOURSELF…
Don’t Leave the Well-Being of Your Newborn Animal Up to Chance

Whether it be calves, foals, kids, lambs, etc., Birthing Season, or as we like to call it, “Milk Season,” is here and baby animals are on their way! With so many thoughts running through your head in preparation for the birth of your newborn baby animals, we want to take a second and remind you of the importance of having animal colostrum on hand at all times.


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