How Equiderma Wound Ointment Gave Me My Horse Back

photo 1: she caught her fetlock on the fence and tore it from the bottom up. The skin flap is completely unattached.   12 hours after the Equiderma ointment was on the skin flap was completely reattached!   In this photo, we see continued wound progression while using the Equiderma Calendula and Neem Ointment. The […]

Recognizing the Signs of Colic in Horses [What You Need to Know]

The connection between horse and human can be almost supernatural, so when your equine companion does not seem to be themselves, it could be a sign of horse colic. Obvious signs are easy to recognize, but a lack of energy, disengaging personality, or just anything that is outside of their personality needs to be addressed […]

Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Lyme Disease In Horses

Lyme disease is often confounding because the symptoms can mimic so many other ailments. If Lyme disease in humans is difficult to diagnose, imagine how aggravating it can be to determine Lyme disease in horses. But through detective work and due diligence, you can make sure your horse gets the treatment it needs if it […]

Common Diseases and Infirmities in Horses

Owning a horse, whether for work or casual riding, can be a source of joy and pride. But it also comes with the responsibility to provide proper care for these majestic animals. It’s crucial that horse owners recognize horse diseases and sicknesses that can make a horse ill, or even prove fatal. Wise owners learn […]

Wild Mustang Rescue – Update

This week we received the following email with an update from Palomino at Wild Horses In Need, a non-profit for wild horses: Hi Bethany, Just wanted to take a minute and say THANK YOU, not only to you and your company but to all the folks who helped us save the last 18 horses, by sharing […]