- EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES -
Some of my favorite books and resources.
Equine Homeopathic First Aid
by Joyce Harman, DVM
Joyce has taken the mystery out of homeopathic medicine and made it user-friendly through her down-to-earth approach. This little book as a “must own” to everyone who owns a horse.
Where Does My Horse Hurt? A Hands on Guide to Evaluating Pain and Dysfunction Using Chiropractic Methods
by Renee Tucker, DVM
Keep your horse pain-free and performing his best! Introducing 27 simple body checkups you can do on your horse—Where Does My Horse Hurt? is a do-it-yourself method for determining when and where your horse hurts.
With this easy-to-follow book, conveniently spiral-bound so you can lay it open on your tack trunk and follow the instructions as you work on your horse, you will:
• Become familiar with your horse's normal range of movement so you can prevent minor issues from becoming major.
• Stay in tune with areas of temporary or chronic discomfort so you can offer relief as needed.
• Solve "mystery" or "phantom" lamenesses that come and go seemingly without reason.
• Save thousands of dollars by avoiding expensive diagnostics that rarely get you answers.
• Learn how to discuss potential problem areas with farriers, veterinarians, and bodyworkers.
• Keep your horse actively and happily "in work" for more months of the year, and more years of his life.