Uveitis from Lyme Disease in Horses

Having recently been battling Lyme Disease in myself and my dog I found this information about Lyme Disease in horses startling. I had no idea the bacteria that causes Lyme Disease could also cause so many other problems that are often not connected. Following the article I will recommend some natural treatment options that may help

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Think You Can’t Have A Barefoot Horse? Think Again……

The barefoot horse movement is not going away as some have predicted. As a Barefoot Trimmer myself I deal with these issues discussed in this article all the time. With proper education and a good Barefoot Trimmer most horses transition quite quickly and easily. This is great information on the Barefoot Horse from The Naturally Healthy

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Is Hoof Thrush Dangerous for Your Horse?

What is Hoof Thrush? If you smell a foul odor while picking your horse’s feet, chances are he has contracted hoof thrush, a frog-eating, anaerobic bacterium. Thrush is a primary concern, whether your horse lives mainly at pasture or in a stable, especially in wet weather. In my natural hoofcare practice horse hoof thrush is

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Owners blame 700 dog deaths on Trifexis

By Jim Strickland ATLANTA — Channel 2 Action News has discovered the number of dog deaths pet owners blame on the popular pet medication Trifexis outnumbers the cases involving the Chinese jerky treats. Elanco, the company that makes Trifexis, refused repeated requests from Channel 2 consumer investigator Jim Strickland to turn over its data. Strickland filed

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What You Don’t Know About Dog Food – The Scary Truth

Dog Food: Ten Scary Truths By:  Jan Rasmusen 40% of dogs are obese. 46% of dogs and 39% of cats now die of cancer. Heart, kidney and liver disease are epidemic. Like people, dogs are what they eat. Save your dog a lot of suffering, and save yourself a fortune in vet bills, by learning the truth about

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This May Improve Your Horse’s Performance

Why is the horse’s immune system so important? The three key influencing factors on a horse’s immune system are psychological calm, nutrition, and age. Certain activities (such as strength in a performance or a race) and outside influences can contribute to added pressure on the immune system. Horse breeders, trainers and racers often times find themselves

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