News - October 2016
It’s that time of year again when our pets dive for cover. While we need to be careful with pets around fireworks in the same manner as human safety, we also need to be mindful of the impact the noises and flashes might have on them.
The natural instinct of most animals when they encounter a loud noise is to take flight or hide. Some animals can learn to be tolerant of firework noises but... more
Does your horse make a noise during exercise?
Our Equine Referral Hospital is recruiting horses to trial an exciting new treatment for upper airway disorders. This is drug free, surgery free and non-invasive and has been successfully used in human athletes.
The treatment involves the horse wearing a special device for a short period daily, and undertaking an eight-week training programme.