Not the Homecoming For Which I Had Hoped…You Just Might Save Your Horse’s Life with Some of These Helpful Tips:

You Just Might Save Your Horses Life with Some of These Helpful Tips:

Nearly a year ago I arrived home after an amazing Healing Horses experience at Bitterroot Ranch in WY.  Happy to be home and spend time with my herd, I ventured out on the ranch Monday morning and my equine soul mate, Excalibur, was already calling me.  He immediately caught my attention with his rolling nicker and stance.

A bout of springtime Laminitis had come calling, and I sprung into action.

We thought that springtime would be a good time to share some of the things you can do during a Laminitis emergency while waiting for your vet to arrive.

Using some of these suggestions, you might just save your horse’s life.

Check and/or integrate:
Gums for color, mucus and capillary refill
Pulse in the hoof
Distorted hoof/rings
Hot hooves
High temp
Heart rate
Weight shifting
Shortened stride
Overweight
Diarrhea

We Applied:
Dynamite’s Release spray
Dyna-pro for gut support
Dynamite’s TNT, Excel, and OxMega
Bathed legs for 20 min
Applied Dynamite miracle clay to feet/leg
BEMER Blanket – for circulatory
 support
Young Living Oils: Peppermint, Lemongrass & Panaway
Hands-on healing & long distance Reiki
Foot support
New turn-out in sand based round pen
Meditation and visualization
Banamine!
Farrier visit/check

 

A FULL RECOVERY

We treated Excalibur Holistically, and nearly entirely naturally, only giving him Bute when it was absolutely necessary to control his pain.   Now, almost a year later, Excalibur is out with his herd, grazing the pastures that are suitable for his dietary needs, with not too many sugary grasses to which he can have access. He regularly gallops with his girls and lives the life of a free horse once more!

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Excalibur Update and Dynamite Success!

 

Many of you have followed along as we’ve seen our beloved Excalibur through a bout of laminitis. Here, Anna is adding Dynamite Supplements to Ex’s (and the rest of the herd’s) supper.  Through supplementation, booting, cold hosing and more, Ex is recovering. If you’d like to learn more about Dynamite and the wonderful family of supplements for animals and people, click the link below. If you’d like to know more about how we have cared for Ex, please email us at info@reachouttohorses.com.

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While in the Northeast, Anna spent an evening helping people learn about Dynamite Nutritional Products and the value she’s personally seen them bring to her clients, students, family and the animals they all love!

“Thank you to Anna Twinney for orchestrating the assembly of a panel of holistic and veterinary experts at Ray of Light Farm.  Present for the discussion on the evening of July 12thwere Dr. Scott Sears from Connecticut Equine Clinic, Scott Lesinski, Cathy Languerand, and, of course, Anna (three Dynamite Distributors). The audience was made up of a variety of knowledge seekers ranging from people who have used Dynamite products to the very young group of volunteers who help us take care of the 150 (or so) animals who reside at our rescue/therapy center.” ~

Bonnie Buongiorne

Founder, Ray of Light Farm

Dynamite Distributor

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The Art of Dick Twinney

Excalibur and Anna modeling her new tshirt

Dick Twinney is one of Cornwall’s, England best known and respected independent artists, passionate about the West country, its wildlife, coast and countryside which he records in his highly detailed realistic artwork. He has his own Cornish Wildlife Art Gallery to which he welcomes visitors. Sharing the same last name and passion for wildlife Anna received a gift in the mail at her home in Colorado and now wears Dick’s T-shirt with pride! For further details visit www.theartofdicktwinney.com