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Established in 1921, Stanley House Veterinary Group is an independent veterinary practice, offering high quality, first opinion veterinary care to small animals, horses and farm animals in Pendle, Burnley and surrounding areas. We are an approved…

The equine department comprises of a team of veterinary surgeons with a variety of interests who are supported by qualified and experienced nursing staff and a dedicated administration team. At our practice, we have a large consulting room equipped…

Parkside Vets offer a huge range of equine vet services. Our equine vets provide artificial insemination, acupuncture, dental care, digital x-ray, lameness, ultrasound, video endoscopy, visits, vaccinations, and emergency vet services.

Horse Resource is a therapeutic horsemanship centre offering a range of bespoke services promoting physical and mental wellbeing ‘Helping Horses, Help People’. Based on a rural farm in the peaceful Devon countryside, Horse Resource offers a holistic…

Can you learn to be a Horse Whisperer?

Why won’t my horse load in a trailer or horsebox? Do you ever ask that question? Or, Why is my horse fearful or bargey? Why won’t my horse stand still for mounting or to be clipped?  Or, Why does my horse buck, rear, bite, or hate the farrier and…

Oakham Veterinary Hospital is a long established practice on the outskirts of Oakham, Rutland. Our premises are purpose built and set in 8.5 acres surrounded by rural countryside. We have extensive hospital facilities and diagnostic equipment in…

LSG Equine Performance I’m an equine sports massage therapist working in Gloucestershire. As part of my services I: Assess the horse dynamically in walk and trot. Perform a full body massage of the horse incorporating stretches to complement the…

Sports massage increase range of movement, stride length and flexibility. Improves posture, circulation and muscle tone. Reduces pain and muscle tension. Reduces pain and fatigue, supports the immune system and helps to prevent injury and much more

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