Spring Horse Care Tips

Spring Horse Care Tips Now that spring is here, you and your horse are probably chomping at the bit to spend more time together, making up for the idle months

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Don’t Use Horses Dewormer to Treat COVID-19

Please Don’t Take Your Horses Dewormer to Treat COVID-19 Earlier this year, researchers in Australia published their findings of the potential effects of ivermectin on SARS-Cov-2, the virus responsible for

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8 Common Health Problems in Horses

8 Common Horse Health Problems Unfortunately, many horses arrive to rescue with some sort of horse health problem. Like any animal, horses can develop health problems at any stage of

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Is your horse hay safe and nutritious?

3 Essential Tests to Ensure Horse Hay Is Safe and Nutritious For equine owners who raise their horses in areas with cold winters, hay is a necessity. Lush pastures die

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Avoid Saddle Fitting Issues

Avoid Saddle Fitting Issues An improper fit on your horse’s saddle could result in skin irritations and extensive physical damage. When billet straps are not in the right position, or

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How to Slow Feed Your Rescue Horse

How to Slow Feed Your Rescue Horse Extending or slowing horse feed intake has been associated with a range of general health and wellbeing benefits. Horses who feed aggressively tend

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Feeding Your Rescue Horse in the Winter

How to Feed Your Horse in the Winter? Feeding your horse in the winter is a difficult task. The temperatures begin to plummet in the winter, pasture grass stops growing

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October Fall Health Checklist for your Horse

Here is a health checklist for your horse. With the changing of the season, you need to evaluate the health of your rescue horse and the conditions of its environment.

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When temperatures rise, all creatures on the planet are affected, and your rescue horse is particularly susceptible to heat-related issues. High temperatures can lead to dehydration, exhaustion, and heat stroke,

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Tips for Adopting a Rescue Horse

If you’re thinking about adopting a rescue horse, it’s important that you gather as much information as possible so you know what it takes to care for it. It’s not

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