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Horse Supplies

We have a wide selection of horse supplies at Dr Carl, including wormers, first aid products, supplements, grooming products, muscle and joint treatments and more. It is owned and operated by a team of qualified veterinary surgeons who make sure that the products offered by Dr Carl are in line with the highest quality and that our customer service is first class.

 

Anxiety Relief

As with humans, horses can also suffer from anxiety problems from time to time. There is a common problem with horses suffering from separation anxiety and performance anxiety. Horses often suffer from separation anxiety, which can be overcome by keeping them together or keeping them close enough so that they can see each other so that the separation anxiety can be overcome. When a horse is suffering from separation anxiety, it may show signs such as refusing to eat or drink, pacing, pawing, rearing and bucking, or even pacing backward and forwards. To help your horse in a situation where they may experience separation anxiety, you may choose to supplement them with a product such as 4 Calming Paste to help them in the meantime if you cannot avoid certain circumstances.

 

Diet & Nutrition

We offer a wide range of dietary and nutritional supplements for horses. In addition to improving your horse's overall health, supplements can prevent illness and disease and give him an extra boost of energy. 

Supplementing horses with more carbohydrates, particularly if their hay is of poor quality, may be beneficial. For horses with a heavy workload, those who participate in high-level exercise, pregnant & lactating mares, weanlings, and older horses, protein supplements are recommended. In addition to vegetable oil or rice bran, these horses may benefit from a fat supplement.

Supplementation of vitamins depends on a horse's circumstances, such as stall time and stress levels, as well as whether they’re kept in their stall 24/7. Minerals are an important part of a horse's diet and they are a common ingredient of supplements. Minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, and selenium are commonly added. Making sure your horse consumes enough minerals is possible with a trace mineral block.

For senior horses, special supplements are available to improve joints, hooves, and coats, as well as anti-inflammatories, prebiotics, probiotics, and digestive aids.

 

First Aid

Accidents are common among horses and they are also known for getting themselves into some interesting situations. First aid kits are essential for horse owners because they can treat minor injuries and stabilise more serious wounds while waiting for a veterinarian. You should include antiseptics like Betadine, chlorhexidine and cream, powder or spray for wounds in your first aid kit, bandages, alcohol for sterilisation,absorbent padding, sterile gloves, scissors, tweezers, a thermometer, a cold pack, syringes and hypodermic needles.

 

Grooming & Hoof Care

It is crucial that you maintain a regular grooming regime for your horse in order to keep the coat healthy and looking shiny (this is especially important for show horses). Aside from that, grooming your horse on a regular basis has a number of benefits. A rider and their horse can strengthen their relationship when they take the time to groom their horses. The regular examination of the horse will also give you the opportunity to check for lumps, bumps, and injuries on a regular basis. Overall, grooming is one of the most important things you can do to ensure that your horse stays healthy on both a physical and mental front. Having the right tools is so important. With our huge range of horse grooming products, you can keep your horse or pony healthy and looking good all the time.



Insecticidals

 

When your horse stomps his feet, tosses his head, and wriggles his skin to minimize fly and bug attacks, it's time to reach for the insecticide spray bottle. With so many options available, it's hard to know what's best. In order to determine what works for your horse, you often have to experiment.

It is important to remember that many of these contain harsh chemicals that may irritate your horses' skin. It is always a good idea to perform a patch test on your horse and leave it for 24 hours to make sure they are not allergic. Horses are prone to parasites such as ticks, lice, worms, and bots.

 

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Muscle & Joint Care

 

Horse muscle and joint supplements provide horses with additional nutritional support to assist them in maintaining a healthy and comfortable level of joint function throughout their life. It is likely that your horse's joints will face many challenges throughout the course of the year. Winter is a time when he is likely to move less as a result of limited turnout, and when this is combined with colder temperatures, stiffness is a result. It is important to keep in mind that if the ground isn't hard, then it is likely to be wet, which can increase road work as well as increased joint concussions. In the summer, if you are not enrolled in a riding school, you may also have to deal with hard ground, especially if you ride suddenly.

 

Wormers

 

There are a number of signs that indicate that a horse needs to be wormed, including weight loss, diarrhea, fatigue, an itchy rear end, and an off-colour coat. When it comes to horse worming, a good practice is to not wait for signs of infection but to have an effective deworming plan in place as soon as possible.

Most horse owners know that worms are a serious health concern for their horses, which can lead to serious health problems. It is important for you to consider a few things before beginning a deworming regimen for your horse.

We recommend worming your horses every other month and alternating between different types of wormers. It is important to know that while this approach is good for most horses, your horse may not be suitable for it.

The most accurate way to determine the frequency with which your horse should be wormed is to have your veterinarian do a faecal egg count reduction test. When you follow your veterinarian's recommendations, there is a good chance that you will be able to prevent worm infestations more effectively and save money by not having to pay for unnecessary treatments.

 

Shop Our Range of Quality Supplies for Horses

Dr Carl stocks a wide range of quality horse supplies from some of the top brands, such as 4Cyte, Virbac, Kentucky Equine Research, and Joseph Lyddy, among others. We only sell products that we would personally use on our pets which is why our team of veterinarians and animal health professionals personally approves each and every product we sell.

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