News (and other musings)
Would you spot the signs of Laminitis?
Some good advice here from Loch Leven Equine Practice. There’s a much higher chance of a good recovery if you spot the signs before obvious lameness shows up and react accordingly. Obviously even better would be to manage diet and lifestyle appropriately and avoid the problem altogether.
Watch out for those chilly nights!
Most of you with Laminitis prone ponies will be aware of the dangers when turning out on frosty grass, but did you know that if the temperature has dropped to below 6 degrees overnight that the same risk applies even when there isn’t a frost?
Can you answer a few questions for Rebecca?
It’s great to see slow hay feeders becoming so mainstream! Rebecca Rollins, a student at Warwickshire College studying BSc(Hons) Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation, has asked if we can share this short questionnaire. Can you spare a few minutes for her?
Do donkeys have different needs?
For any of you with donkeys, or thinking of getting a donkey, this article from Donkey Time is a really good read. A good summary of the different needs donkeys have to horses or ponies.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas!
We would like to wish all of our customers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Have a great time with both your two-legged and four-legged family and friends, and all the best for 2018!
We do love to hear from our customers, even when it’s not quite what we’re expecting! We recently received an funny email suggesting we could branch out into ‘Eazilayer’ with the following photo! Luckily the horses love it too…!!