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  • Feeding For Breeding

    Picture the scene. You have a gorgeous mare. She is well-bred, has great conformation and a temperament ‘to die for’. She has worked well and turned her hoof to pretty much anything. She might even have had some signi...
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    Does The Change In Season Affect Our Dogs?

    If you live with one or more canine friends, you might have noticed more dog hair around than usual lately. There might be a few more ‘dust bunnies’ appearing in corners and your vacuum cleaner might look distinctly m...
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    Keeping It Balanced: Do I need to use a feed balancer?

    Our horses’ nutrition is an aspect of their management that we can have a significant amount of control over. In some cases, we have complete control over what our horses consume, particularly where access to grazing ...
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    New Year Resolutions For Your Dog

    January can be a tricky month. The promise of longer days, warmer weather and more sunshine is on the horizon. Already, plants and buds are starting to grow and awaken, and other signs of new life are slowly starting ...
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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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    Festive Fun and Safety for our Dogs

    Festive fun and frolics are just around the corner. A wonderful time for fun, friends, families, and festivities. For our canine companions, the festive season can also be a time full of games, presents and activity. ...
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    Helping to hydrate our horses

    Did you know that from a nutritional perspective, water is described as the first limiting nutrient? While all of the six nutrient classes (protein, lipid, carbohydrate, vitamins, minerals, and water) have essential f...
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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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    Every Breath You Take: Supporting Equine Respiratory Health

    The horse is an amazing athlete. Equine anatomy and physiology mean that horses are primed to be able to move effectively and efficiently, and this is why they make such wonderful companions and sporting colleagues fo...
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    Customer Spotlight: Charlotte & Charmer

    Background Charmer is a 26YO Standardbred Pacer, owned by Charlotte Smith for over 17 years. Despite his age, Charmer has always been an excitable fellow, even in his older years; he thrives on exercise and loves his ...
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    How To Keep Your Dog Calm On Halloween & Bonfire Night

    The nights are drawing in and autumn is definitely in the air. For many dogs, this is a fun time of year. Outdoor walks are filled with scent. Leaves start to accumulate in piles just waiting to be rolled in and when ...
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    Supporting Gastric Health In Our Horses

    The heath and functioning of the equine digestive system are critical to supporting their overall health and wellbeing. Where there is digestive upset or disturbance, the potential seriousness and significance of it c...
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