A Tiny Hero: Magic the Therapy Horse

For the month of December, I am featuring my first mini as The Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month.  She is an adorable seven-year old American Miniature Horse named Magic and she works as a therapy horse with Gentle Carousel Therapy Horses– a non-profit organization based in Florida.     Magic is already quite famous and it is […]

Natural Supplement Guide for Horses

A frequent question that I get is ‘How much of (insert supplement here) should I feed to my horse?’  The answer isn’t always simple and I want to make it clear that I am not a veterinarian nor an equine nutritionist.  I am just someone who happens to do a lot of research and who […]

Tucker’s Journey

For November, I am featuring another BLM mustang as my Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month–this one, a bay gelding named Tucker.  Tucker has faced several challenges during his seven years–and perhaps the biggest challenge of all was just finding a loving home.  Here is is story. . .   Tucker’s journey in captivity began […]

Food Therapy for Horses: Q&A with Dr. Fenton, Part 4

This is the final post of the Q & A series with holistic veterinarian, Dr. Rhiannon Fenton.  If you missed them, here are Parts One, Two, and Three.  Rhiannon Fenton, DVM of Vital Equine Veterinary Services, is based in Calabasas, California. Dr. Fenton earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Western University of Health Sciences […]

Food Therapy for Horses: Q&A with Dr. Fenton, Part 3

This is Part 3 of the Q & A series with holistic veterinarian, Dr. Rhiannon Fenton. This series will focus on food therapy for horses from a holistic veterinary standpoint. Please check back weekly to read the rest of the posts in this informative series! If you missed it, here are Parts 1 and 2. […]