Jennifer Craig shares her story on beating laminitis and Equine Metabolic Syndrome with her horse Troy.
Whether you love clipping or hate it, being prepared is the best way to make it go smoothly and end with a neat and tidy finish.
This week we absolutely delighted to welcome Sarah and James Oakden to the podcast. Sarah and James are the husband and wife team behind Team Oakden based at the very beautiful Dunbog Farm in Fife.
Coughing may seem like a trivial subject especially as the odd cough really isn’t anything to worry about, but for those owners whose horses are coughing so much it is effecting their ridden work, or if they get regular coughs due to allergies it can incredibly frustrating.
Donna Case – The Horse Guru shares her top feeding tips as well as de-bunking some of the myths surrounding the labelling of feeds and the use of supplements.
Foot abscesses are relatively simple to treat if managed properly. They are also one of the most common things that we see as equine emergencies and are excruciatingly painful for our horses
This week we are delighted to welcome Maeve Sheridan – ACPAT Chartered Physiotherapist to the podcast. We have worked closely with Maeve for many years taking a team approach to treating and keeping our mutual patients fit, healthy and performing at their best.
Equine Grass Sickness (EGS) is a particularly devastating disease given the poor prognosis and how little we know about what actually causes it. In this episode from the Podcasting Equine Vets Liz Somerville is joined by Karen Wilson MRCVS.
This episode covers how to identify if your horse’s eye is sore, some of the more common conditions that we see and the treatments that are available to us.
In this episode with The Podcasting Equine Vets we explain what horse owners need to know about insurance.