News — dog herb
Posted by NICOLA CORBETT on
As we near the end of Winter and start to think about the coming of Spring, removing the horses rugs and/or brushing off the winter coats, it is great time to consider a variety of herbs to support our horses wellbeing as they transition from one season to the next. We choose the following herbs to support our herd at this time and judging by their enthusiasm for them, I believe we may have chosen well! :) Dandelion Leaf and root Nettle Clevers Milk thistle Seeds Barley Grass Chamomile Offering a choice of dried herbs carries them through to the...
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Posted by Jack Lander on
As we know an animals natural environment is rich in diversity, nutrients, vitamins and food. In the wild they are self selecting, moving along hedgerows and pastures to satisfy their bodies needs and to maintain a natural healing state of balance. It is rare to be able to offer our domesticated animals this freedom and choice but we can support and continue to support them with a wide range of herbs, oils and supplements. Life with our herd, dogs, cats and hens. Our herd has been suffering with a mix of rain scold and rubbing. We cannot see any mites but...
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