19606 Ridgeside Rd.
Do you notice your horse behaving a bit different lately and ignore the behaviors in the hopes they will go away? Subtle changes often indicate injuries which will only progress with time. Tail flicking or swishing, teeth grinding, pinned ears, opening the mouth while being ridden, and being unnecessarily spooky are a few of the things which can be indicators of your horse being in pain. You can prevent minor problems from turning into major problems, by getting your horse evaluated and treated before the horse starts to break down in some way. Take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our website, and please take a moment to drop us a line!
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