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Share your handy hints and ask for advice here for treating your horse's minor injuries and ailments. (Please note, Horse Hero recommends you contact a vet if your horse has a problem that you are worried about.)


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Magnesium deficiency and ulcers
Sorry Dia, only just noticed you ask!
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Friday
15 Jan 2016
15:00
LittleTurkey
Shocking tale
Tying up maybe?
1
Wednesday
01 Jul 2015
14:10
Madelinski
Tildren injections for arthritis?
Yes I am.
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Saturday
28 Feb 2015
22:37
Merlot
Front leg conformation
I didn't buy him in the end but I have seen how he looks after he was properly broken and he looked great.
4
Saturday
14 Feb 2015
10:30
Brightsider
Cataracts in both eyes
Although I was fond of this horse I had taken on a horse that was not straight forward!
4
Saturday
14 Feb 2015
09:57
Brightsider
Treating thrush in hooves
Thrush is the bain of my life.
2
Monday
15 Sep 2014
10:24
DressageSpain
Overreach injury
A professional, whether they are a farrier, vet or trainer, no matter how experienced, qualified or skillful they are, can only help solve a problem if they are aware of it.
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Sunday
20 Apr 2014
11:31
Horse Hero Guru
Calcium needed for training issues?
My boy is barefoot he is 15.
2
Thursday
10 Oct 2013
10:33
joallan
Therapy rugs for tight hamstrings
It was a few years ago, I think I got it mail order from a UK distributor, having gone to the German website?
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Tuesday
01 Oct 2013
23:31
Fiona Price, Horse Hero Founder
Caring for an old horse loosing teeth
Hi Lizzie_m9 The fact that your horse is losing his teeth does not make any diffrence to the fact that he is a horse and is designed to digest fibre.
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Tuesday
03 Sep 2013
19:52
Horse Hero Guru
Mud fever
That makes sense, we do have some buttercups around, although I do find that they eat around them, I will try that, thank you for the reply!
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Monday
03 Jun 2013
01:12
Denise Comeau
Dropped testicle
I am so glad everything is going well Mark.
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Sunday
02 Jun 2013
19:39
Horse Hero Guru
Recovery time after dental extraction?
Definitely you should contact your vet again and ask his advice.
2
Monday
06 May 2013
23:27
Horse Hero Guru
Spirulina
I use it myself and am about to start using it for Taz (endurance pony).
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Wednesday
01 May 2013
09:31
Fiona Price, Horse Hero Founder
Iron supplements to 'pep' up a horse?
"Thank you Guru.
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Monday
11 Feb 2013
12:50
leueen.w
Liver fluke
we had a horse with it four years ago, while living in france.
1
Monday
17 Dec 2012
16:18
sdavies
Flexion tests and cataracts on pre-purchase vetting
In the UK, the vet report is "fit for purpose" or not.
5
Friday
07 Dec 2012
12:53
joallan
Pedal bone fracture
I've seen a few horses recover successfully from a pedal bone fracture.
1
Wednesday
28 Nov 2012
09:17
LittlePea
Rugging advice
I live in Ontario, Canada.
5
Friday
23 Nov 2012
15:37
fairchk
To shoe or not to shoe?
Roadwork on smooth tarmac is the best thing for self trimming of bare feet, it is safer as they don't slip, and also no concussion.
5
Wednesday
22 Aug 2012
10:56
joallan

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