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Joint care and Mobility

Dec 04, 2014

Our horse’s joints, feet and backs take a lot of impact and as a result can suffer from day to day wear and tear.  It is vital that as horse owners we help to keep their joints comfortable and running smoothly to prolong their ridden career and to help prevent the risk of injury or pain.     Whether your horse competes in high level dressage or showjumping or if he is a leisure horse, it is ...

Enhance your Hunter’s Diet this Season

Nov 04, 2014

If you are one of the many riders who enjoy hunting at this time of year you will need to make sure that your horse or pony is at optimum fitness before undertaking the season.  Though there are regular breaks and periods of standing still on the field your horse does need to be fit enough to undertake an extended duration of work, be able to canter both up and down hills and undertake jumping ...

Let's Celebrate International Assistance Dog Week this weekend!

Aug 08, 2014

Did you know that this week is International Assistance Dog Week, known as IADW? The special week was created to recognize all the devoted, hardworking assistance dogs helping individuals with their disabilities. Assistance dogs transform the lives of their human partners with debilitating physical and mental disabilities by serving as their companion, helper, aide, best friend and close member...

Keeping Hard working Joints Mobile

May 16, 2014

With the competition season in full swing and many pleasure riders under taking longer rides and fun shows it is important to consider protecting our horses joints from natural wear and tear; prolonging their ability to perform at their best in total comfort. Including a Horse Joint Supplement in your equine's diet can help those horses presenting with stiffer movement and uncomfortable joints...

Caring for the Older Dog

Apr 16, 2014

Recent years have brought about advances in nutrition and veterinary care which has ensured many of our dogs are happily living for longer. Each older dog will have its own specific needs and requirements but the deterioration of the digestive system, joints and teeth are unfortunately inevitable results of aging for all animals. This can mean that additional supplementation of the diet, increa...

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