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Keep Your Horse At The Optimal Winter Weight

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Aug 2nd 2022

Keep Your Horse At The Optimal Winter Weight

As humans, we have winter-weight everything: winter-weight jackets, socks, hats—we may even find a new weight for ourselves over the course of the cold months! But, how closely do you monitor the wint …

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Skin Allergies in Horses 1-Homeopathy & Topicals

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Jul 29th 2022

Skin Allergies in Horses 1-Homeopathy & Topicals

For horses with severe allergies, those who rub themselves raw for many months, a natural approach usually gives the most long lasting support. Equine skin diseases are a significant problem in many p …

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Prevent Dehydration During Cold Weather

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Jul 21st 2022

Prevent Dehydration During Cold Weather

We’ve all heard the old saying, “you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.” Well, that’s true. Low grade dehydration is definitely a problem in the winter. In fact, keeping your hor …

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Feeding herbs to animals

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Jul 21st 2022

Feeding herbs to animals

Herbs come in many forms: liquids, tinctures, teas, powders, fresh plants…….so, what’s best for my horse, dog, or cat?There are many ways to feed herbs to animals. What’s best depends partly on the sp …

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Hay Equals Warmth – Winterize Your Horse

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Jul 21st 2022

Hay Equals Warmth – Winterize Your Horse

If you observe what your horse eats in the winter, it’s usually more hay. Allow them to have more hay if the weather is really cold. Why is this important and an effective approach to winterizing your …

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Demystifying Hemp and CBD in the Equine

Posted by Joyce Harman, DVM on Jul 21st 2022

Demystifying Hemp and CBD in the Equine

by Joyce Harman, DVM Hemp is all of the buzz these days, and for good reason. It’s a plant with literally thousands of uses. Hemp is used for clothing, to fuel, to paper and everything in …

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