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Independent Consultancy & Advice - Holistic Health for Animals
Independent Consultancy & Advice - Holistic Health for Animals


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RockTape's much anticipated Equine Taping course takes place on:

Saturday 23rd September 2017

at Hartpury College, Gloucestershire

Join RockTape’s Susannah Money for a comprehensive Equine Movement Taping course. This 1 day course will detail the benefits and techniques for the rider (pain, inflammation, and posture), and horse (pain, inflammation, and movement correction) to improve muscle function and maintain a level of functionality and comfort for the horse throughout the rehabilitation process.

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Have you tried aromatherapy to help your animals wellbeing? Find out more about it in one of my recent blog posts

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Excited to say that have now launched a podcast! At the moment this focuses on animal care business advice and holistic tips to help animals - please have a listen over on iTunes & do share with your friends/family/colleagues who may find it of interest!

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Have you heard of the benefits of honey to help with wound care for your animals? This veterinary article explains how Manuka Honey can help (but beware not all manuka honey is the same!) - have a look

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My horses love a massage, particularly at this time of year when their coats are changing from winter to summer hair, helps their skin feel renewed!

Here's some info on what equine massage is, has your horse tried it?

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Courses for thermographers, veterinarians, physiotherapists, massage therapists and horse trainers. .

Register before May 26th

Equine Thermography Interpretation Course
June 17th - 18th, 2017
Lecturers Dr. Tracy Turner DVM (USA), Astrid Bos DVM (NL),
Ninon Schutte en Irma wensink.
Course language: English
Course location: Epe, The Netherlands

Equine Thermography Course - Practical Training
June 19th - 20th, 2017
Lecturer: Irma Wensink
Course language: English
Course location: Epe, The Netherlands
During the course there are infrared cameras available for those who have no camera.

For more info visit

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Ticks are not good for pets - can cause severe skin irritation, some helpful tips here. 
Did you know that April is Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs Month? Lyme disease is a risk for dogs and other animals as well as humans. Ask your veterinarian about tick prevention, and see more about Lyme disease and pets at

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Has your animal tried physiotherapy? There's many techniques - from massage, laser, magnotherapy, and many more - find out more at

#equine #dogs

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