Is Your Horse Misbehaving? Consider the Possibility of Stomach Ulcers

Reading Time: 3 minutes Subtle signs may indicate more serious issues. By Boehringer Ingelheim Have you ever spent time with your horse and thought, “Something just isn’t right. Why is my horse so irritated? What’s got the horse in such a bad mood?” It could be little things like pinning their ears while being groomed or kicking out when […]

Fight The Flies On All Fronts

Reading Time: 4 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kelcie Griffith, 774-773-1112 or KGriffith@SmartPak.com SmartPak is the one-stop to help you manage the chaos of fly season PLYMOUTH, MA – March 7, 2019 – Don’t let bugs be a never-ending battle for you and your horse this year. From the gear your horse needs, to the prevention measures in and […]

Kentucky Horse Council Announces SUPPORT OF House Bill 98 – KLAIRES LAW

Reading Time: 2 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kentucky Horse Council Katy Ross Executive Director (859) 367-0509 Lexington, KY (March 4, 2019) – The Kentucky Horse Council has announced support for their top legislative priority for 2019, HB 98 also known as Klaire’s Law. The bill strengthens the laws surrounding equine abuse and neglect. Introduced by Representative Diane St. […]

Cavallo Hoof Boots Q&A: Spring is Coming; Assist Your Horse Through Season Change

Reading Time: 5 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 28, 2019 ROBERTS CREEK, British Columbia Contact: Cavallo Horse & Rider Jenny@Cavallo-Inc.com High Res Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rrgeb5kk1n25flu/AssistyourHorsethrough%20SeasonChangePhotobyTiagoAlmeid.jpg?dl=0 Q: It’s almost time for spring–what can I do to help my horse transition to the new season easily? Cavallo President Carole Herder shares her advice…. A: Different weather patterns and vegetal growth have a […]

Now Is the Time to Show Your Horse Some Love

Reading Time: 3 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact:                                              Adrienne McAleer                                                  […]

The Equine Network Launches New #AskAnnie Podcast Hosted by Annie Kennedy

Reading Time: 2 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Annie Kennedy303.253.6346 BOULDER, Colo. (February 19, 2019) ―The Equine Network has launched a new podcast. Geared especially to horse owners, #AskAnnie focuses on great horse products and the people who make them. Annie Kennedy of Active Interest Media’s Equine Network hosts the podcast which explores key trends currently impacting the core […]

AHP NEWSGROUP: Cavallo Hoof Boots Q&A: Caring for Horses During Extreme Weather

Reading Time: 5 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 11, 2019 ROBERTS CREEK, British Columbia Contact: Cavallo Horse & Rider Jenny@Cavallo-Inc.com High Res Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oc39g7n38y0flry/AAAeJYwLXccmrzXyzSLRS9xBa?dl=0 Cavallo Hoof Boots Q&A: Caring for Horses During Extreme Weather Q: What should we do to keep all animals –and especially our horses— healthy during the extremely cold weather? A: “Animals left in vehicles, chained […]

Why Use an NSAID?

Reading Time: 3 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contacts:Abby StrawderSenior Public Relations Manager, Sullivan Higdon & SinkAbby.Strawder@shscom.com816-283-4782Mark BixlerBoehringer Ingelheim Animal Health – U.S. Communications678-209-3077mark.bixler@boehringer-ingelheim.com Contact your veterinarian before administering non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It can happen to anyone – your horse is lame. Lameness can be very subtle, or can be more obvious, but in each case, it’s important […]

Fear the Fungi

Reading Time: 3 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Haygain Happenings PR Contact: Kim F Miller 949 644 2165 949 293 1555 (cell) kimfmiller1@mac.com Just-released 3-year study cites steamed hay as critical to preventing IAD, a stealth equine ailment that affects over 80% of horses. January 30, 2019: Inflammatory Airway Disease (IAD) affects huge numbers of horses and often goes undetected […]

Winter Respiratory Health

Reading Time: 3 minutes FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Susan Libby, susan@uckele.com An elevated concentration of irritants in the air causes measurable lung inflammation in all horses. There may or may not be a true allergic component. Continued exposure can lead to IAD (inflammatory airway disease) or RAO (recurrent airway obstruction) in susceptible horses. These conditions have a considerable impact […]