We are so proud hearing all the stories of how Stress Paste supports horses through high pressure, anxious, stressful experiences! We also love hearing from our community about how you use Stress Paste to support your horses, and we wanted to share some tips and stories from our wonderful customers, to help answer our most commonly asked questions about Stress Paste.
5 ways to reduce anxiety in your horse at competitions. Does your horse go a bit “funny” whilst out at a show? Maybe he gets a bit spooky or rushes at jumps when he would perform perfectly at home? Does he drink less? Have runny manure? These are all indicators of stress. But did you know that stress and behaviour have a direct link to gut health?
Stress Paste supports a horse’s gut and muscle physiology in a way that helps them directly deal with stress. And in helping them cope with stress, we are able to reduce the impact of stress on their behaviour.
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.
Prior to scoping a horse for ulcers, most veterinarians will request that horses need to be fasted for no less than 12 hours. Read on to learn more about why this occurs and what we can do to help.
Stomach ulcers (also called gastric ulcers) are one of the biggest challenges you can face as a horse owner. Treatment is expensive and some horses can’t seem to escape the vicious circle of ulcers returning once treatment finishes. With that in mind, we wanted to cut through the confusion and give you a guide based on the latest science, on what you need to know about gastric ulcers and what you can do to help reduce the risk of them coming back.
Just because your horse isn’t displaying anxious behaviour, it doesn’t mean they’re not stressed. As flight animals, horses are programmed to avoid showing their weakness.