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Read More » Posted on 04 Aug 2014 by Tracey

Dorset Equine Spring Health Check

Are you and your horse suffering from the winter blues?  It may be time to take advantage of our new spring offer to ensure that your horse or pony is fit and healthy for the coming season. 

Read More » Posted on 17 Jan 2014

To Worm or Not to Worm?

Historically most horse owners have wormed their horses every few months, (so called ‘interval dosing’), without checking the worm burden of the horse first.

However evidence is increasing all the time that we should change our policy. Find out more...

Read More » Posted on 12 Jun 2013 by Tracey

Weight Control for Horses

What any animal (including humans) eats contains energy measured in megajoules/MJ.  The animal initially uses this energy to fulfil day to day maintenance requirements.  Any energy not required gets stored in the form of fat...

Read More » Posted on 16 May 2013

Mud Fever

With the continuation of the rather inclement weather, paddocks and turnout continue to be very muddy.  As such, despite the best efforts of their owners we are currently seeing and hearing about lots of horses with mud fever (equine pastern dermatitis).

Read More » Posted on 03 Apr 2013

Customer Comments:

My poor horse got beaten up by our other horse last night who drove him into a corrugated iron roof, leaving him with horrid bone deep wide facial lacerations. Graham from Dorset Equine dropped everything to get someone out to him immediately (after ringing around our usual two vets, neither of whom could come until later that day, if at all!) They have done a magnificent job and were fantastically sympathetic and kind. I can thoroughly recommend them as an establishment to have the number of in your mobile phone.

Sarah-Jane Morris, Sydling St Nicholas

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