Sweet Itch Top Tips

Equine, General
Sweet Itch affects around 5% of all horses and can develop in horses and ponies as young as four-years old, often becoming progressively worse as the animal gets older. Main symptoms include itching of the mane, base of the tail and under the...
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Bio-security for the event rider

General
Getting out in the horse box is a weekly if not daily occurrence for an international event rider. During the summer months it can be non-stop – with weekend long competitions, training away from home and trips to the...
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Buzz off Horseflies!

Equine
  We’ve all experienced them. That ominous stinging feeling across your arm whilst enjoying a summer hack, or a painful prick on the back of the leg whilst hosing off your horse. The horsefly is prevalent in the UK...
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Hoof Poulticing Made Easy

General
They have been a staple item in the equestrian’s first aid kit for many years. Generally, we use them to draw out infection post hoof injury or abscess when it is vitally important to ensure the hoof, poultice and...
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Dummies guide to keeping chickens!

Pet
Dummies guide to keeping chickens! You may think that keeping a flock of chickens in the back garden is only relevant to those of us hoping to re-enact scenes from the 70s sitcom ‘The Good Life’. In fact, over...
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Win a hamper of prizes worth £750!!

General
RenaSan are proud to be once again sponsoring the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe 2017. So to celebrate, we are giving one lucky person a whole hamper of incredible prizes worth £750! The full hamper of prizes will include…...
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Summer sunburn in horses

Equine, Pet
With very few days of hot sunshine each year in the UK, it’s easy to forget about protecting our horse’s skin from harmful UV rays. Here are our top tips for looking after your horse or pony when the...
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Blue-Green Algae – Pet Poison

General
Blue-green algae has been found a number of times in the past 3 months, with discoveries confirmed most recently in Surrey, Hampshire and Kent. Each time it is dogs which have suffered, often fatally, from illnesses caused by the...
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