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Gastric Ulcers Common Problem for Horses

Like people, horses all-too-commonly suffer from gastric ulcers. This painful condition keeps members of both species from thriving. Luckily for humans, diagnosing and managing gastric ulcers is easy. We effortlessly communicate with our doctors about our discomfort. Horses, however, are without this luxury. Since gastric ulcers cannot be spotted externally, it can take a while […] Read more »

Supplements Aren’t Just for People! The Benefits of Supplements For Horses During the Summer Months

When many think of the term “supplements,” they often think of shiny gel capsules filled with fish oil for health-minded individuals to incorporate in their daily routine. Truth is, supplements aren’t just for people, and they don’t all come in pill-form. Natural supplements can be a fantastic complement to your horse’s diet, with many supplements […] Read more »

Estate Planning for Horse Owners

Horse owners know their animals require a great deal of care, but the effort is well worth it. Meeting the daily needs of a horse requires a regular investment of time and money. Beyond that, owning a horse is just not for everyone, which makes many owners anxious about what will happen to their horses […] Read more »

The Many Benefits of Ahiflower Equine Omega Oil for Horses

Ahiflower oil is an omega-rich fatty acid supplement that is extracted from the seeds of the Buglossoides arvensis, an obscure plant that has become sought after due to its uniquely potent omega 3, 6, and 9 composition. Offering a ton of benefits for both humans and horses, Ahiflower is an incredible source of nutrients that […] Read more »

Ahiflower® Equine Omega Oil: Better Than Flax! Not From Fish!

Ahiflower® Oil is a 100% vegan, gluten free, plant-sourced oil, that is 100% sustainable and 100% traceable to the British fields in which it was grown. It is a strong, non-GMO source of daily omega-3 fatty acids, as well as a supply for the body’s daily omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids needs. But why do […] Read more »

Add Garlic and Diatomaceous Earth to Flea and Tick Arsenal

As temperatures continue to rise, this is the time of year when you are more likely to be spending time outdoors with your family and your pets. Late spring and early summer can bring some of the most pleasant days of the year, but pests such as fleas and ticks can quickly ruin your good […] Read more »

Preventing Founder (Laminitis) in Horses…

In a healthy horse, the bones of the hoof are suspended by specialized tissues, called laminae, which provide stability and shock absorption. If there is inflammation or deterioration of the laminae (laminitis) and it is left untreated, there is the potential that the third phalynx bone, or coffin bone, can rotate downward toward the sole […] Read more »

What Everybody Ought to Know About COVID-19 and Pets

By now, it is safe to assume that we have all had a heavy dose of COVID-19 news… with frequent updates. As of this writing: nearly every sporting event is postponed or cancelled; thousands of schools from coast to coast are closed; many gyms, restaurants, casinos, clubs, and bars are not serving patrons; gatherings of […] Read more »

Keeping Horses Calm During Storms

When the weather forecast calls for thunder, lightning, and pouring rain, what will you do with your horse(s)? While some of them never seem to be bothered by a storm, others react in ways that can cause harm to themselves and your property. Conditioning a horse to feel safe and secure during a storm often […] Read more »

Helping Low Energy Horses

The genetic makeup of each horse is unique. For this reason, it is important to create custom feeding plans based on the individual horse and the amount of work it is expected to do. Depending on its performance expectations, its need for energy may differ from others at the stable. If you have cared for […] Read more »