Horses

Resources About Horses

A cartoon tan horses wearing a bridle stands in front of a grey fence while a veterinarian wearing a blue coat uses a stethoscope to check their heart rate. A person wearing a dark ball cap and green sweater holds the horses lead rope.
This short resource will introduce you to the basics of Equine Infectious Anemia and how you can protect your equine residents.
This short resource will introduce you to the basics of Equine Infectious Anemia and how you can protect your equine residents.
A veterinarian in blue scrubs bends over to inspect a horses hoof. They hold the hoof in their hand. To the left is another picture and this is of an X-ray showing laminitis. Above the words "Laminitis In Equines: An Introduction"
This resource will cover the general signs, stages, and causes of laminitis in horses, as well as diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
This resource will cover the general signs, stages, and causes of laminitis in horses, as well as diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

Fun Facts About Horses

When exposed to lavender scented air, heart rates in horses lower, feeling calmer while exposed to the lavender. Do you have any scents that help calm you down?
Horses have great longterm memories! They can recall things they have learned years later without any refresher of what they learned between learning and recalling.
A horse can also remember what your emotional state was when they last saw you, so being calm, cheery, and gentle can be important when meeting the same individual horse regularly!

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