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I respect and honor the way horses are made—they are different—unique, really. In a suitable, native environment, they are quite capable of taking care of themselves. They are free to eat and roam and, well, be horses. Domestication involves removing them from their na...

March 31, 2017

Horses are prone to grass founder (laminitis), particularly in the spring when grasses are high in sugar. You can prevent laminitis by avoiding high risk situations. The following is a list of "causes" or circumstances which we know commonly precede the onset of lamini...

March 13, 2017

Check Teeth


This should be done once a year by an equine dentist. A dental check-up can prevent some problems, like head tossing and fidgeting, and will also help to ensure that your horse gets the most benefit from whatever he or she eats.

An adult horse may have betwe...

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