Saturday, 26 September 2020
The Arabian Magazine

Don’t get caught out by laminitis, says Blue Cross

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UK national pet charity Blue Cross is reminding horse owners to be vigilant about laminitis this autumn. Blue Cross Piglet recently recovered from this crippling and potentially fatal disease, but many horses and ponies...

Coping with hot weather

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Sudden high temperatures do not allow the horses to adapt to the change and so they are more likely to suffer. Their temperature, breathing and heart rate go up, they may scour or look...

Veterinary Dermatologist warns of risk of equine parasitic skin disease

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"Overuse of some drugs such as equine wormers has inadvertently treated problems such as parasitic skin disease but these may now be unmasked with a reduction in anthelmintic usage," explains Dr Paterson, who is...

Ulcers are a big worry

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With better diagnostic tools and techniques, ulcers are being more widely diagnosed. There are basically three types of stomach ulcers and horses can also get hind gut ulcers which are much harder to diagnose...

Weight gain is major concern for horse owners, reveals lockdown survey

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A survey conducted by SPILLERS™, has revealed that horse owners are concerned about their horses’ expanding waistlines during lockdown and are also worried about fizzy behaviour. The survey results have prompted SPILLERS to highlight...

Sports Psychology: Self-talk and negativity

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"Whether you believe you can, or you believe you can’t, you are right. Your body hears everything your mind says. What you tell yourself daily will either get you to try something or stop...
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