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Time for Clipping

Nov 19, 2021

After some unseasonably mild weather this autumn the temperature is finally starting to drop, and with winter on the near horizon many of our horses and ponies are sporting hairy, fluffy coats! This natural process of laying down a thicker coat can stand in the way of undertaking significant exercise, so for many horse owners it is essential to clip their equines at this time of year. The type...

Coping Strategies for Equines and Fireworks

Oct 29, 2021

During Autumn many people looking forward to hosting parties or attending public fireworks events. This annual, traditional event in the UK offers a fun, colourful and exciting display of fireworks amidst a crisp, autumnal evening. However our equine friends sadly, often don’t appreciate the festivities. In our latest blog we take a look at this tricky time of year and how to best manage your h...

Helping your Dog Cope with Fireworks

Oct 29, 2021

Halloween and Bonfire Night are almost here. Many people will hosting parties or attending public fireworks events allowing us to enjoy fun, colourful and exciting displays amidst a crisp Autumnal evening. Many of our canine friends however sadly do not enjoy the festivities brought by this yearly event. So in our latest blog Scientific Nutritional Products urges dog owners to think ahead about...

Dry Weather - Improving Hoof Health

Jun 29, 2021

It is very common for horses - whether barefoot or shod - to have brittle or cracked hooves resulting form Dry Weather conditions.  Hoof care professionals and owners are fortunately becoming increasingly aware of the fact that nutrition is the foundation of ‘good equine feet’, along with a sound program of regular, professional hoof care, whether trimming or shoeing. Experts agree that many un...

Achieving the best Canine Diet

Jun 29, 2021

Dogs are omnivorous scavengers at the carnivore end of the spectrum. The dog in the wild has evolved to eat whatever was available in times of plenty or in scarcer times which means that they are able to cope with a wide variety of food. Dogs can live on a diet which is exclusively vegetarian; although maybe not entirely happily so most dog food contains a proportion of meat. However whatever t...

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