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  • Ascorbyl Monophosphate: A Stable Form of Vitamin C

    Did you know that there is more than one form of vitamin C? You may be wondering: if this is the case, which one is best for my horse?
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    The (o)mega benefits of DHA and EPA

    Omegas are the name for polyunsaturated fatty acids which cannot be produced by the body and must therefore be obtained from the diet. It is well documented in both human and animal science that omegas such as 3 and 6 provide a whole host of nutritional benefits. But what actually are they, and how do they help our horses?
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    Boswellia vs. Boswellic Acid: Which is better?

    There are a multitude of equine joint supplements on the market that contain Boswellia, and it can be difficult to decide which one contains the most beneficial amount. How many times have you looked at the packaging of a supplement and wondered what all of it really means?
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    The Magic of Movement

    Dogs are incredible creatures. For thousands of years, they have lived alongside us. They have shared our homes, our food and even sometimes our beds. We have altered their physical appearance and even aspects of beha...
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    Customer Spotlight: Victoria & Sprite

    Victoria has owned her 9YO thoroughbred cross KWPN mare, Sprite, for over 4 years. A quiet character, Sprite has always been sound sensitive. While she doesn’t exhibit naughty behaviour, if her brain isn’t engaged in ...
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    Winter Workouts: Keeping Our Dogs Active In Winter

    Winter is here. Days are short and the nights are dark. The weather is colder and wetter. This combination often means that keeping ourselves active becomes even more challenging than normal. The same applies to our d...
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    How To Support Our Senior Dogs

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that our dogs age far faster than we would like them to. It sometimes seems hardly any time from them being a cheeky, bouncy puppy, to them taking life a little steadier and thei...
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    Customer Spotlight: Laura & Jane

    Background Laura’s daughter has owned Jane, a 12 year old, 15.2hh, Irish Draft Cross Connemara, for over six years. As a combination, they competed at BD affiliated level, unaffiliated showjumping and low level eventi...
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    Keeping Your Dog Fit and Flexible

    Did you know that the single most important thing you can do to help your dog (and horse!) live a long, healthy life, is to help them maintain a lean bodyweight and condition? Science consistently supports the benefit...
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    Reducing Joint Damage In Horses

    What damages joints? The role of a synovial joint is to allow friction free movement between the ends of bones. Another important role of a synovial joint is to act as a shock absorber. Just like any part of the body,...
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    Supporting The Health of Our Dogs Joints: The What, The Why & The How

    Our dogs were made for walking. They were also made for running, playing, jumping, and a whole host of other activities that give both them and us enormous pleasure. Keeping our dogs active is an important way to help...
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    Scoring system finds lameness in horses considered sound by their owners

    Low grade lameness in ridden horses is more common than recognised by owners. A previous UK study of 506 sports horses in full work and presumed to be non‐lame found that 47% were lame or had other pain‐related gait a...
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