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Horses needs glucosamine to produce molecules that help form and repair cartilage and other body tissues and glucosamine supplements for horses have been proven as a natural support in the maintenance of joint health and cartilage repair.
Bright yellow, daisy-like flowers in fields and on verges may look pretty, but these yellow beauties are a threat to horses and if eaten can result in irreparable liver damage which can be fatal so it is essential to eliminate these plants from pastures.
Today it is claimed that magnetic therapy is a safe and effective method of relieving pain and promoting healing in horses but sceptics dispute such claims. Why not share your experiences?
Mud fever is a common winter ailment, caused by a bacterium that penetrates chapped, damaged or softened skin in horses resulting in weepy sores, scabs and in severe cases swelling and lameness.
Colic is a common problem with horses and although total eradication of colic is impossible, by identifying and reducing risk factors we can help to decrease the chance of colic occurring.
It can be difficult to think straight in an emergency when you need to call a vet for your horse so here are some helpful tips to prepare for such an emergency.
As spring moves seamlessly into summer this year, so the new season will bring its own potential health hazards for horses. Here's what to look out for and how to help your horses stay healthy and happy.
During the spring-time (March to May) there are particular health hazards to look out for with regard to your horses, and early treatment can prevent long-term problems from occurring.