Advice from a Veterinarian

  • Joint Problems and Arthritis in Horses and Ponies

    Arthritis is the most common cause of lameness in horses. Arthritis can be simply defined as inflammation of the joint. It can occur suddenly after trauma or gradually due to intensive training or ageing of the horse. Feed supplements can help to support your horse with joint problems in the long run. 
  • Laminitis in Horses and Ponies

    Laminitis is a painful condition of the feet in horses and ponies. It is frequently seen in spring and summer and should be treated as an emergency! Find out what to do when your horse has laminitis and how you can support your horse with feed supplements.

  • Body Condition Score in Horses and Ponies

    Is my horse or pony in good shape?

    You can asses whether your horse or pony is in good shape by using the Body Condition Score Tool. The Body Condition Score (BCS) is a way to visually asses the amount of fat and muscles of your horse. The BCS ranges from 1 to 9, with 5 being the ideal score. Find out what the Body Condition Score of your horse is.

  • Weight Loss in Horses and Ponies

    Nearly 16 % of geriatric horses and 6 % of mature horses is underweight or too skinny. Find out what to do when your horse is too skinny and how you can support it with feed supplements.

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