Jenny Pearce

Horse health

A simple, non chemical method to treat pin worms

A student’s horses were recently treated by a vet for pinworm infestation by treating them for 5 days in a row of an Ivermectin based chemical wormer. I’m anti toxic chemicals, but even so, I was shocked at that kind of toxic overload for worms that are not harmful to the horse’s health (they don’t […]

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Kissing spine is not the kiss of death

Kissing spine is considered un-fixable by most – but I strongly disagree. Kissing spine happens because the horse is arching his back the wrong way, sagging like a saggy mattress with the human sitting on the saggy bit.  And the angles of the sag have the bones of the back wearing in ways it was […]

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