I have found the range incredibly reliable, effective, and easy to use and have never experienced a negative outcome nor have I even experienced a neutral outcome. Whenever I use Poseidon Products I see definite benefits over cases in which we haven’t incorporated the Poseidon range.
There are so many things that I wish I could have learnt early on in my horse career that I have now learned as a practicing vet.
Winter is the time where if you are having issues relating to your horses gut health and overall nutrition that you will likely see it! In this blog I will be discussing the three most common gut related problems I see as an equine veterinarian during winter.
Apart from being a word that strikes fear into the heart of every horse owner, colic is the term used to describe any abdominal pain seen in horses. It is non-specific, meaning that it can be related to the stomach, small intestine, hindgut or be unrelated to the gut altogether – as in the case of bladder stones (uroliths).
Worried your horse may be suffering from colic? Looking for the signs to confirm colic, and wondering what to do next? Colic is a common ailment in horses, and it can be mild through to severe, even life-threatening. So it’s important to know how to identify the condition, and what to do if your horse has colic.