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Because horses are a prey species, it can be challenging to identify signs of pain. In the wild, they will hide their illnesses and injuries to avoid attracting predators
As temperatures drop, it’s tempting to reach for one of the rugs in our horse’s wardrobe
The dangers continue after summer, Laminitis is a disease of the foot which causes inflammation of the laminae
Excellent management of the ‘good-doer’ requires year-round commitment
Why is cantering on hard ground a problem? Upon impact with the ground, your horse’s hoof is subjected to a great deal of concussive force
Routine general anaesthesia requires careful planning. The horse must be fully assessed to ensure good health before surgery
We love treating equines of all shapes and sizes and know that no two animals are the same
We see numerous weeds and one of these, which can cause issues for horses, is the buttercup. Find out why these can be a cause for concern
Box rest is often necessary but can be a worry for owners
Ragwort poisoning can be very dangerous to our horses, let’s take a look at how to keep them safe during the spring…
Some notes and guidance on keeping your horse safe from influenza. Read more about symptoms of the condition and what to do if you're concerned...
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