Jenny Pearce

Horse health

Fixing a Needle shy horse – frightened of having an injection

This video below shows you the Keys to Success in fixing a needle shy horse who is afraid of having an injection. Giving a needle should be a quiet process, filled with trust from the horse and confidence from the person giving the needle.  The first needle of this antibiotic course she had been freaked […]

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How to help a horse in hospital

Back in my early days of working as a distance “healer” (see note below for an explanation) , I was asked to do a healing session on a horse who had recently had surgery for life threatening colic.  It was a few days after the surgery, he was going backwards and the vet was preparing […]

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Chia seeds, horses and how to use a pendulum effectively

Chia seeds are a very useful addition to our horses feed in most circumstances, but they are particularly good when you keep your horse in sandy conditions.  Their sticky properties when they’re wet  can pick up the colic causing sand and keep it moving through the digestive system. To help you with sandy conditions, you […]

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Pain free exercise to recover from injury

  I was telling my friend yesterday about this excellent tip to exercise muscle without actually moving it.  She had a knee replacement a couple of days ago and she was telling me that she couldn’t move her knee yet to do the physiotherapy exercises.  The amount of pain she was in meant that she […]

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An easy and dry rain scald treatment

Rain scald, sometimes called rain rot,  is a nasty and sometimes very frustrating skin condition caused by a bacteria but triggered by heavy, prolonged rain, fly bites or other skin damage – it requires someone who carries the bacteria nearby, plus moisture and skin trauma of some kind. It is contagious through sharing rugs, brushes […]

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Horse Magic – the healing of Pye

Does the Person Heal the Horse or the Horse Heal the Person? Have you ever felt a bit overwhelmed or even sick to the stomach about not being able to solve a problem with your horse? Or even thought that there just has to be an easier way? The Healing of Pye focuses on the […]

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Barefoot horses – barefoot people

On this cute liberty video, I talk about HOW movement for horses can be so very healing, even when they are dog lame (funny expression that, I wonder where it came from?) and what prompted me to do something so unusual as you’ll see in this video.     OK, back to this feet receptor […]

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Complex healing issues are my speciality

                  Something lovely happened a few days ago. Donna has a yearling who has had quite limited handling due to all kinds of valid circumstances that I don’t need to go into here and unfortunately, the filly had hit her head in the paddock and caused an […]

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Colic Attack First Aid – a brand new program

  I’ve never lost a horse to colic and never had a horse need colic surgery. That’s an extraordinary record given the countless number of horses that I’ve treated and that a study in the US tells us that around 16.3% of colicking horses have colic surgery and 11% die or are euthanized. It focuses […]

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Why your vet thinks arthritis in horses is incurable

I understand why vets think that arthritis in horses is incurable – it’s because the horse’s posture is the biggest key to healing it and the vast majority of horses have crappy posture caused by tension of some description. Yeah yeah yeah – tension – that thing that most people don’t know how to solve […]

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