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Measuring blood insulin to predict laminitis risk ahead of the Spring.
Lupo had an unfortunate incident in his field which resulted in an injury to his face.
There are many factors to take into consideration but here are some of our top tips!
Over 60 ‘shoeboxes’, parcels and presents have been donated to our Warming up the Homeless Christmas appeal.
Equine cushings disease is known scientifically as Pars Pituitary Intermedia Disorder (PPID).
Regular vaccination of horses, ponies and donkeys is an important part of primary care.
Following an episode of colic that was unresponsive to medical treatment back in October, Jack the 19yo New Forest Pony was rushed to surgery.
It is at this time of year (November) that foot abscesses become increasingly common in horses.
'You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink!'
Achieving weight loss in horses can be a significant challenge, lockdown has been challenging for most of our waistlines!
Equine Asthma is a relatively new term which covers a variety of inflammatory respiratory issues in horses. Cases vary from mild to severe and can be seen all year round
The winter arrives, and your cob, with their beautiful long feathers starts to stamp, bite, and itch their legs at any given opportunity, due to an invisible pest
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