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by Jan Agar Bergeron D.V.M.,Jenny Morgan

Download Natural Healing for Horses: The Complete Guide to Preventative Health Care and Natural Remedies eBook
ISBN:
1580174027
Author:
Jan Agar Bergeron D.V.M.,Jenny Morgan
Category:
Pets & Animal Care
Language:
English
Publisher:
Storey Publishing, LLC (April 15, 2002)
Pages:
208 pages
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I cannot enthuse enough about how helpful, useful and informative this guide is from health conditions to stable management and all aspects of horse care. As a devotee of Parelli, Monty Roberts, Intelligent horsemanship and all other forms of natural horsemanship I adore this book, which I highly regard for its natural and sympathetic approach to healthcare, feeding and treatments.

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More and more horse owners are turning to alternative therapies to enhance the health and well-being of their equine companions. Many believe - as Jenny Morgan does - that horses kept in a healthy, all-natural environment have fewer health problems. Thus, this essential reference for horse owners begins with preventive care. Natural Healing for Horses teaches how to know a horse thoroughly, from forelock to fetlock; understand a horse's moods and immediately recognize the slightest change in appearance or behavior; build a stabling system that has proper space, drainage, and safety; select the ideal pasture location; and develop affordable and natural routines for exercising, feeding, watering, and grooming horses kept in a stable or at pasture.

The second section of this book addresses specific health issues and suggested therapies, including herbal and homeopathic treatments, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, and aromatherapy, as well as standard veterinary treatments.

Whatever the need, Morgan provides all the information necessary to choose the right natural treatment to improve a horse's general well-being or solve particular health problems.

  • Celore
This is very basic in horse care. Was hoping for a little more
  • betelgeuze
Natural Healing for Horses is my favorite and most treasured book on horses, which since buying has remained at the top of my bookshelf in easy reach. I cannot enthuse enough about how helpful, useful and informative this guide is from health conditions to stable management and all aspects of horse care. As a devotee of Parelli, Monty Roberts, Intelligent horsemanship and all other forms of natural horsemanship I adore this book, which I highly regard for its natural and sympathetic approach to healthcare, feeding and treatments. So many horse owners, those individuals who care and ride horses are turning to alternative therapies and treatments, because they are effective and work in harmony with the horses natural instincts and body; nothing harsh or any additives are used. This book addresses all specific health problems, which you can locate in an instant in this comprehensible book. Complete information on preventative care and remedies for all kinds of equine ailments can be found, including natural remedies and treatments that I have personally used myself and would highly commend. Other information on creating a healthy environment for your horse, natural and additive-free diets to promote good digestion, riding and schooling horses in harmony with their natural instincts are all topics that are covered, thus going beyond just the natural horsemanship methods. Organic type remedies from herbs to oils and plants are categorized as to their helpful properties when treating certain complaints, from ailments such as colic to Laminitis or skin allergies. A section at the back of the book is dedicated to alternative therapies such as Chiropractic, massage, swimming, tellington touch (t-touch) and more. With an introduction by one of America's leading holistic editor-in-chief's Jan Agar Bergeron VMD (Veterinary medical association), this book is certified and approved by equine specialist vets.
This book is something that I strongly recommend for all horse owners to have, all of those who work within the equine industry (whether you are a stable hand or groom, or manager of a livery yard) this is really a book to have. It covers absolutely everything on all aspects of the horse, as it helps you to get to know the horse inside out; delving into how their body works and their natural behavior and instincts in the wild (that even the domesticated Equus does display). Exercise and fitness is also included for those who ride their horses or ponies regularly, thus catering to all horses from the competition horse to the `happy hacker'. Behavioral problems are addressed by studying and observing the horses' natural instincts and behavior in the wild, seeing how they communicate to then asses their current mannerisms and rectify the situation as calmly and effectively as possible. If you horse box walks, weaves or crib-bites, rears or shows aggression this book doesn't just try to give suggestions as to remedy and/or control the situation and the horse's uncharacteristic behavior but it goes deeper by explaining why it is acting in the way that it is. One of the main parts of being able to treat your horse's health complaints or behavioral issues (in and out of the saddle), is having effective communication and understanding the horse which again does stem back to its natural instincts in the wild and herd hierarchy. Caring for your sick horse is one of the main topics within this book, as it does literally cover pretty much every single horse ailment or complaint (at least the extremely common ones that most owners/ horse carers come across). From the minor wound injury or skin condition to the more serious disorders such as digestive disorders, respiratory problems and things that may occur in the older horse.
The main section of this book (that I have referred to most) is at the very back on alternative treatments, which I am a huge believer in as nearly all of the time do I find them to be of great help in reducing symptoms and in some cases being a remedial preventative treatment. Herbs, homeopathic treatment, massage and physiotherapy are all natural remedies with a proven positive effect and encouraging result. Reiki and shiatsu are options along with zero balancing and tellington touch, sound therapy and spiritual healing; that you may or may not concider is right for you. I personally use herbal remedies (either in the form of the entire plant or dried herbs) very beneficial, especially when added to my horse's feed and would encourage other horse owners to do the same as they do work in the same way as any supplement. I have also used massage, physio and t-touching on horses and ponies in my care and find that many animals just like humans find it most helpful, especially with competition horses and horses that may be in full-work or doing strenuous work that pushes the equine to its limit (in the case of racehorses or eventers for example).

This book has to be my top title in my equine library and one that I cannot show enough enthusiasm about. It has always been so helpful when I have been looking after horses and even just when I have ridden horses and ponies, sitting in the saddle. It covers not only equine health but horse behavior and their language as such, so that you get to understand these fascinating animals even more. Even if you just horse ride and may not even own a horse of your own I would still recommend this book, as it has a great section on being in the saddle. My conclusion is that this book is AMAZING.