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Mud fever in horses
Mud fever is serious, often chronic skin condition in the pastern cavity of the horse. A horse with a mug often has a few to many wounds, fissures or scabs in the pastern cavity. In severe cases, a horse may be lame. How does mud fever develop and more importantly, how can you prevent it? You can read more about it in this blog.
In autumn the acorns often fall from the trees to the ground due to rain and wind. If your horse or dog eats too many acorns, he can get acorn poisoning. What is the risk, what are the symptoms and how can you prevent your horse or dog from eating acorns?
In general, horses seem less fearful of fireworks than dogs. At first glance, that seems quite strange, since horses are flight animals by nature. How could that be? And what can you do if your horse or dog is still afraid of fireworks? We give you 4 tips!
We often get asked if we give taste guarantee on our products and how you can give your horse the supplements the best way. HorseFlex supplements are 100% pure and are free of any additives. This is why we can’t give taste guarantee. All our products are eaten well, but can be different per horse. What one horse likes can be found disgusting by another horse. Please take a look at these feeding tips!
The transition to spring can bring various conveniences, but unfortunately also inconveniences. It is of course wonderful that your horse can go out into the meadow more often and that the days are longer, so that you have more time for a wonderful outdoor ride. Unfortunately, this being outside is sometimes ruined by…
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