Illness & Injury

Imagine being able to help your dog, cat, or horse heal their body naturally. VetCur does just that by providing essential nutrition the body requires to heal itself from the inside out. No chemicals, no genetically modified organisms (GMOs), these are just natural herbs that nature would have provided in the animal’s natural habitat.

Sidonia McIntyre, Equine Massage Instructor, equine hyperflexion, equine rollkur, equine flexion, Equine Soft Tissue Damage

The International Equestrian Federation (Fédération Equestre Internationale or FEI) made a formal statement regarding its viewpoint on the controversial training technique of rollkur or hyperflexion of the neck. This issue was debated at the FEI round-table conference at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Headquarters and the consensus of the group was that any head and neck position achieved through aggressive force is not acceptable

Reducing the Risk of Respiratory Ailments

Fresh Air is the Best Air

toxic plants to horses, toxic weeds to horses, equine laminitus, andrea lawseth, poisonous horse plants

There are a vast number of plants located throughout Canada that are toxic to horses in some respect. Many need to be eaten in large doses to cause much of an effect, while others require only a few mouthfuls. There are a variety of resources on plants toxic to livestock, but the Canadian Poisonous Plants Information System seems to be the most comprehensive. It lists over 250 poisonous plants found in Canada, their lethal dose (if known), and symptoms of poisoning.

horse Laminitis Vaccine preventing equine laminitis Dr. David Wilson equine musculoskeletal western college of veterinary medicine lynne gunville

After nearly four decades of watching the devastating impact of laminitis on horses, equine surgeon Dr. David Wilson has developed a vaccine that has the potential to save the performance careers — and lives — of horses around the world.. Laminitis (or founder) is one of the leading causes of loss in horses, right alongside colic and musculoskeletal problems.

Common Hoof Problems in horses daily hoof care nutrition for equine hooves pain for sore horse hoof pain equine hoof western college of veterinary medicine

Prevention is key to avoiding hoof issues - During her daily field visits to farms and acreages around the Saskatoon area, equine veterinary specialist Dr. Kate Robinson sees a wide range of hoof issues in horses – many of them preventable with a consistent daily hoof care regimen.

insulin resistant horse, horse diabetes, equine laminitis, horse laminitis, herbs for horses, dr wendy pearson, herbs laminitis

Laminitis and insulin-resistance (IR) are troublesome conditions in and of themselves, so it is all the more frustrating that they tend to travel together. So while fresh, rich springtime grass beckons winter-weary horses, the insulin-resistant ones must stand resigned and glum on the wrong side of the fence as their well-intentioned owners toss them last year’s browning hay.

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