Since spring has officially sprung, many people are wondering about pasture changes and how that can affect feeding your horse. In this classic Ask the Vet video, Dr. Lydia Gray addresses spring feeding needs. (more…)
Spring is nearly here, which means plenty of lush green grass for our horses. But that can also cause problems. Here are tips for making a seamless transition. (more…)
Spring means a lot of things: longer days, warmer temperatures, more riding time… but it also means yearly wellness exams and spring shots. It can be a lot to keep track of. Here is how one rider keeps track of her yearly wellness requirements. (more…)
“It may be the end of April, but it finally is feeling like spring here in Alaska. However, much like everything else, Alaska does spring differently. Our spring starts with breakup season.”
The best laid plans of horse and rider oft go awry…
“Grooming is the process of transferring dirt and hair from the horse to the person grooming them.”
Besides the fact that it sometimes still snows.
A little prep in the spring can make your busy summer go a lot smoother.
You’ve heard of Downward Horse, right?