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There are five horse diseases for which the vaccines are considered core, or essential, for all horses in North America: Eastern equine encephalomyelitis (EEE); Western equine encephalomyelitis (WEE); Rabies; West Nile virus; and Tetanus. The core vaccines are...
Grooming provides benefits beyond cleaning your horse, including increasing blood flow to muscles and skin, and building a bond with your horse. Grooming gloves, jelly scrubbers, and rub rags are useful additions to a grooming kit. Cleaning and...
Feeding your pony right is one of the most important ways to keep him healthy. With a little know-how, you can keep an eye on his diet and make sure he’s getting the best nutrition possible. Check out these...
When she arrived at the Heart of Phoenix (HOP) rescue in West Virginia, Sansa was starving and nearly too weak to stand. The attending veterinarian advised rescuer Tinia Creamer that even with extensive rehabilitation the filly would never be...
You’ve probably caught your horse dozing in this quintessential pose: one hind leg relaxed and bent while the other three legs are locked in place, head hung low and lower lip drooping. But does a horse actually feel refreshed...
This article was originally posted on November 3, 2015. More and more horse owners are interested in keeping their horses barefoot. But even horses with healthy bare feet need protection under certain circumstances. That’s where hoof boots come in. "Many horses...
Training a wild horse is different from training one that has been around people since birth. It’s important to be realistic about your expectations, as each horse is unique and will have different needs. Annie MacDermaid, a top trainer...
This article was originally posted on September 17, 2015. The health of a horse’s joints is pivotal for not only his athletic career but also for his quality of life. For these reasons, osteoarthritis—also referred to as degenerative joint disease—is...
One commonality among horse people of all kinds is the desire we all have to develop a good relationship or bond with our horse. Not only does a good horse-human relationship improve our equine interactions, it can also be...
This video was originally posted on July 28, 2008. Barb Wells is a certified equine shiatsu massage therapist. In this video, Barb demonstrates a few basic stretches that you can try with your horse. These stretches are intended to maintain flexibility...
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