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What NOT to do if your horse has a wound!

This week we’re preparing for our Autumn Client Talk on wounds and first aid and I’ve been reflecting on the wounds I have attended this year. I realised that owners probably don’t realise that what they do to the wound prior to the vet arriving on the scene can have a dramatic effect on the outcome. While we will have some great tips on what you should do I think what NOT to do is far more important, so here goes…

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Sinusitis- what is it?

Recently we’ve seen a few cases of horses with nasal discharge and we thought it would be a good idea to post about one of the conditions we associate with nasal discharge.

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Keeping your horse hydrated and happy in the sun

Dare I say the sun seems to be making an appearance this weekend, as the weather warms up it’s worth keeping in mind we aren’t the only ones that will be getting hot and bothered. I’m so pleased that our horses are finally getting to have more time outside with the sun on their backs so I’ve put together a few tips for keeping our horses hydrated and happy over summer. The photo is Denver who was very happy when he got to have a naked roll when I took his rug off on Monday! Jess Timmins x