April 2017

  1. How Your Dog’s Nutritional Needs Change

    Have you noticed how people change their diet over their lifespan? Parents fret about getting enough vegetables into their children, and then those children grow up. In our 20s, many of us can eat all sorts of junk food and still have tons of energy and feel great. But then in our 30s, we tend to get more sensible about... read more
  2. Equine Nutrition: Feeding your Horse

    Equine Nutrition: Feeding your Horse
    The technical bit Horses are non-ruminant herbivores that use hindgut fermentation as an aid to digestion, this means that unlike cows horses cannot regurgitate their food to help in the digestion process. This also means that if horses eat anything poisonous or overeat, they cannot bring it back up. Horses lack a gall bladder which makes it harder for them... read more
  3. Thunders Bootcamp - Week Two

    So Thunder and I are a little over three weeks into boot camp! Yes I include myself as those of you that have ever taken four months off horse riding will feel my pain! I just want to stress how much I love this horse, anyone who knows myself and Thunder know he is not only a animal to me... read more
  4. Thunder's Bootcamp - Week One

    Thunder is a 21 year old horse that does a bit of everything. The lovely Niamh and Thunder are sponsored by Equipet and last Summer they made it to the National Eventing championship in Tattersals and came 5th out of 70! (yay, we are so proud) After that Thunder went on a break as he was feeling a little sore... read more
  1. How Your Dog’s Nutritional Needs Change

    Have you noticed how people change their diet over their lifespan? Parents fret about getting enough vegetables into their children, and then those children grow up. In our 20s, many of us can eat all sorts of junk food and still have tons of energy and feel great. But then in our 30s, we tend to get more sensible about... read more
  2. Equine Nutrition: Feeding your Horse

    Equine Nutrition: Feeding your Horse
    The technical bit Horses are non-ruminant herbivores that use hindgut fermentation as an aid to digestion, this means that unlike cows horses cannot regurgitate their food to help in the digestion process. This also means that if horses eat anything poisonous or overeat, they cannot bring it back up. Horses lack a gall bladder which makes it harder for them... read more
  3. Thunders Bootcamp - Week Two

    So Thunder and I are a little over three weeks into boot camp! Yes I include myself as those of you that have ever taken four months off horse riding will feel my pain! I just want to stress how much I love this horse, anyone who knows myself and Thunder know he is not only a animal to me... read more
  4. Thunder's Bootcamp - Week One

    Thunder is a 21 year old horse that does a bit of everything. The lovely Niamh and Thunder are sponsored by Equipet and last Summer they made it to the National Eventing championship in Tattersals and came 5th out of 70! (yay, we are so proud) After that Thunder went on a break as he was feeling a little sore... read more

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