Animal Health Blog
At Excel Supplements animal health is at the core of everything we do. While diet is extremely important for our animals, education does not stop there for pet owners. Our writers have extensive knowledge on hot topics and are excited to share their findings with our readers.
Our oceans have taken a large hit over the last 50 years. In an effort to bring awareness, we celebrate World Ocean’s Day as a means to inform people about the impact of human action on the ocean.
There are many different opinions when it comes to deworming your horse. Is there a deworming schedule you should follow? How often do you need to deworm your horse and do you even need to? We have compiled the top facts about deworming your horse that will be important to understand before making any plans!
Shows must abide new guidelines from US Equestrian, CDC (Center for Disease Control), and the WHO (World Health Organization). In case you haven’t seen the new COVID-19 US Equestrian Guidelines, you can view them here: https://www.usef.org/forms-pubs/5Qx7zDlFvXs/usef-covid-19-rule-modifications
First things first, if you don’t already know this, listed above are the three primary forms of omega-3 fatty acids. But, before we can begin
We all know the Omegas are an important component in a horse supplement, but short of spending hours reading each tag for every ounce of information with a Google search bar in hand, how are you to decide in that moment, standing in the aisle of marketing hell, which is the best option for your horse?
**Please know these are GUIDELINES for general knowledge. We are aware that different situations call for different actions. At Excel Supplements, we always advise that you ask your vet and abide by their instruction. The health of the horse comes first!*
If you have body clipped in the past, you are familiar with the routine. Before your horse gets clipped, you have to give him a good bath (and possibly ShowSheen him). This will allow your clipper blades to attain a smoother, even cut with less lines. Having a clean horse to body clip also extends the life of your clippers and blades because they are not fighting through caked-in dirt or fungus entangled in your horse’s hair.
Arthritis is tough for dogs to handle as they age, and can lead them to become more sedentary. It’s not uncommon in senior pups that have difficulty getting up or down the stairs, into a car seat, etc., causing pain when aging joints are overused. Fortunately there is ExcelK9 camelina oil which provides relief without affecting their digestive tract!