What Your Horse Really Wants For the Holidays
Written by By Jennifer Roberts
Tuesday, 20 December 2016 07:49

By Jennifer Roberts 

With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, trying to fit in all of the parties and select the perfect gifts, it can be hard to make time for the barn. But, let’s face, any time spent with our four-legged best friends helps to de-stress and truly enjoy the holiday season. So, while you’re out shopping, don’t forget to pick up a special present for your equine companion.

To make things easier, we’ve chatted with our own experts in the barn to see what is on their list this year.

Western States Horse Expo Pomona Features Star-Studded Line-up
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 23:41

It’s been documented that between three and four million years ago horses roamed North America. Since that time, with the influence of evolution and land bridge migratory patterns, the horse has played a critical role in agriculture, warfare, and transportation.

No longer needed as a work horse, today the horse is our companion and sometime-therapist, whether it’s in competition or for a trail ride. Or maybe the horse’s mane is where we bury our noses and tears. Whatever the reason, horses sculpt how we live our lives.

Dr Kellon’s Guidelines: When Basic Joint Supplements Aren’t Enough
Written by Administrator
Thursday, 03 November 2016 19:42

The majority of horses will need joint support at some point in their lives, and heavily worked horses are virtually guaranteed to need support even earlier. However, with all the joint supplement options available it's difficult to make a choice.  As a general guide, upper level athletes and horses working on hard ground or over difficult terrain are good candidates for a more extensive approach to joint support.  Any horse known to be prone to joint issues or one that does not respond to the basic joint nutrients should also take a more targeted approach.

Breathing Heavy: Looking at Heaves
Written by Jennifer Roberts
Friday, 18 November 2016 21:14

By Jennifer Roberts 

We have all had a hard time catching our breath from time to time, but can you imagine if that happened on a consistent basis?

For horses with heaves, a disease much like asthma in humans, difficulties in breathing is a fact of life. And, much like asthma, we can’t cure it for our horses, but we can help to manage the symptoms… and for our horses, that is a breath of sweet relief.

Walk with AAE in Folsom Veterans Day Parade
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 19:59


Please join All About Equine as we walk in the  Folsom Veteran's Day Parade to celebrate and honor our Veterans for their service!

Uckele Donates to Help Louisiana Horses Affected by Historic Floods
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 05 October 2016 22:23

Uckele Health & Nutrition has sent relief for horses affected by the catastrophic Louisiana flooding, which has damaged or destroyed 60,700 homes and affected more than 102,000 people and countless animals.  In response to the devastation, generous supplies of Zephyr’s Garden skin rescue salves, liniments, poultices and sprays will arrive Saturday to help Louisiana’s flood-affected horses.  These horses are experiencing cellulitis, dermatitis and various wounds and lacerations caused by water submersion. 

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