Pulsing the PSSM horse

Pulsing the PSSM horse

If you haven’t come across PSSM (polysaccharide storage myopathy) yet, it is likely that you will run into it eventually, especially if you work in the Quarter, Warmblood, or Draft horse communities. As we bred these horses over many generations for strength and size,...

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Pulsing the EPM Horse

Pulsing the EPM Horse

Every horse is different, and every physiological body is unique in its exposure and reaction to pathogens.  This is easily observed in how our equine friends respond to the exposure or disease of EPM-causing organisms. What is EPM? There are some horses who...

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Pulse Equine at Can-Am

Pulse Equine at Can-Am

The Pulse Equine team will be traveling next week from our North Georgia headquarters to the Great White North! Markham Fairgrounds in the beautiful Toronto, Ontario, Canada is hosting this year’s annual Can-Am All Breed Equine Festival, Canada’s largest equine...

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Racehorses, Lumbar and Glutes

Racehorses, Lumbar and Glutes

Focus on Physical Wellness Horse racing has a long and distinguished history and has been practiced in global civilizations since ancient times. The fitness of racehorses is unequivocally impressive. So much effort goes into these athletes and the hope of what they...

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Hooves and Hearts

Hooves and Hearts

No Hoof, No Horse. We have all heard the saying, “No Hoof, No Horse.” This statement speaks to the importance of a solid hoof health regimen. From proper nutrition to a quality farrier, hoof health is a lot to keep track of! If a problem arises in the hoof, chances...

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