Horse Health & Behaviour
Lincoln University, Leicester, UK
This site is designed to help those of you who have (or think you may have) a 'headshaker'.
Information on Mud Fever from Liphook Equine Hospital.
Loading, ridden problems, handling issues and wild pony training are several of the areas Emma covers.
How acupuncture can benefit your horse?
Acupuncture can be used as a complementary veterinary treatment for horses, and other animals, amongst other things it can provide pain relief and generally improve a horses' well-being. Treatment involves stimulation of specific points of the body using very fine, solid needles. It causes inhibition of pain pathways and stimulates the release of pain relieving chemicals in the brain and spinal cord. Acupuncture is an act of veterinary surgery and so can only be performed by a vet.
Chess Valley Equine offers acupuncture as one of their veterinary treatments.
The site focuses on Natural Horsemanship (PNH)in the Northants area.
Astwood Equine Osteopaths
Astwood Equine Osteopaths treat horses and ponies of all breeds and disciplines, from first ponies, through happy hackers to hard working competition horses.