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4 Ways to Find a Horse to Buy

Dec, 23

What You Need Before Searching Before you begin searching for the right horse to buy, you need to make sure you have several things in line. Time: Don’t be in a rush or have a time limit on finding a horse. If you are or do, you could end up settling for or not happy with the horse you buy....

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Shockwave Therapy

Nov, 21

This non-invasive modality can successfully treat a range of orthopedic and soft tissue problems in animals. Though most commonly used for horses, shockwave therapy also has many applications in small animal practice.   Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that can speed the healing of many types of orthopedic and soft tissue injuries and conditions. It has been used in Europe...

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The Power of Holistic Wellness with Animals

Oct, 31

Well-Oiled Machines We often have the most amazing clients. Our clients are open-minded and looking for new, or as is often the case “old” ways to improve the quality of life for their animals. While many trod the straight path that is veterinary medicine, increasingly pet parents and owners are looking for alternative therapies that date back thousands of years...

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Equine Rehabilitation and Therapy

Sep, 01

WHAT IS EQUINE REHABILITATION?  (excerpt - full article, see link) Equine Rehabilitation is a term often used to encompass retraining but it is actually the application of physical therapy treatments to help the body heal with the aim of improving or restoring correct and optimal physical function.  It is about restoring muscular, tendon and ligament strength, joint and tissue mobility and function,...

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Equine Conditioning Principles

Jun, 12

Individual responses to conditioning differ based on genetics, age, and previous activity level.   As with a human athlete, the success of a fitness and conditioning program for your horse is based on the horse's body's adaptive response to the stress of exercise. To achieve a conditioning and training effect, the horse must be subjected to gradual increases in workload...

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