EquineBalance Natural Hoof Care & Bodywork

EquineBalance Natural Hoof Care & Bodywork

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https://www.facebook.com/AtlCarriageHorseAdvocates/photos/pcb.2260214267329655/2260201407330941/?type=3 Just wondered what you thought of this, is this a horrible too short trim or okay, I don't care about the paint so much, but it looks like the hoof has been amputated!
Hello
Horse (and dog lovers see link below) this information is very worthwhile to look at I promise!
The video links below are about what causes mysterious lameness as well as training and behavioral issues.
Also we are looking for horse facility's globally for 2018-2019 to host a very unique 3 day horse bodywork course. Host gets class for free and all your horses get free deep soft effective life changing bodywork!
Can't travel or host a class no worries we have on demand video home study programs!
Please watch and share
https://youtu.be/9hJ8xxqwHQY

https://youtu.be/CpXq04194Do

Dog lovers please watch and share. Every dog I have seen is out of alignment by 1 year of age. This shifts the pelvis and can create hip issues. Learn how easy it is to work on your dog at home to prevent this using moves similar to Osteopathy.
https://youtu.be/j9zUOgPZbAI
Email me at [email protected] or call (530) 823-7321 HST with any questions. Text 808-868-1828c
I found this young lady through my vet at Austin Equine. My mama mare has had problems with her back leg due to an injury months ago. Rebecca came out...trimmed and filed the hoof tip she was dragging and balanced the hoof. It had grown out incorrectly...due to misstepping from her injury. As a certified natural hoof trimmer she also provides regular hoof care and maintenace. Very affordable. PLEASE put her in your contacts...if you ever need her services you will not regret it.
Julie Barrois
a new hoofboot is born

be part of the revolution

EquineBalance offers Whole Horse Hoof Care for all your natural hoof care needs, the Masterson Method Bodywork, and Equine Craniosacral Therapy.

I serve the horses in Belton/Temple, Georgetown, Leander, Taylor, everything west and east of Austin all the way down south to the Rio Grande Valley. My highest priority is your horse's well being to restore and maintain its physical balance for maximum performance, health and pleasure. Hoof care:
Providing Whole Horse Natural Hoof Care for all your barefoot hoof care needs. Reliable and Professio

Providing comfort, pain relief and re-grow support during the laminitis recovery. 12/29/2020

Providing comfort, pain relief and re-grow support during the laminitis recovery.

A therapeutic alternative worth looking into - this might be the answer to help your horse

Providing comfort, pain relief and re-grow support during the laminitis recovery. How FormaHoof (and a lot of love and support from her dedicated new owner) has given Libby The Canadian a new lease of life!

12/09/2020

For sale!!!
My friend (previous roommate) is selling his sweet Arab.
While he lived with my herd, he was very sweet, very human oriented and got along great with my herd and was always a healthy beautiful horse with solid hooves ;)

► Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Austin, TX 03/19/2020

► Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Austin, TX

As many of you know I’m relocating to Germany. Sadly I have to part with one of my dogs in this move! Please help me find Titan a deserving home!

► Staffordshire Bull Terrier - Austin, TX Rescue Me ID 20-03-19-00053

07/25/2019

www.tahc.texas.gov

WARNING
Vesicular stomatitis is spreading in Texas
https://www.tahc.texas.gov/news/brochures/TAHCBrochure_VS.pdf

www.tahc.texas.gov

Barefoot Slow Motion: Rockley Farm 07/18/2019

Barefoot Slow Motion: Rockley Farm

A different approach to healing

https://vimeo.com/74675241

Barefoot Slow Motion: Rockley Farm HD Slow motion footage - the horses have had navicular, DDFT, collateral and impar liagment and other injuries and are now working barefoot - already watched more…

No Horse is Physically (Skeletally) Mature Before 5.5 to 6 Years Old - The Soul Of A Horse Blog 06/01/2019

No Horse is Physically (Skeletally) Mature Before 5.5 to 6 Years Old - The Soul Of A Horse Blog

The physical development of any horse... food for thought in today’s horse industry

No Horse is Physically (Skeletally) Mature Before 5.5 to 6 Years Old - The Soul Of A Horse Blog Our Mouse, coming up on physical maturity. Almost ready to start at 7 years old. Below is the link to the best article I’ve ever read on this subject. It teaches that no horse, of any breed, in any country, at any time in history either now or in the past, has ever been physically …

Got Healthy Hooves? Here's How to Keep Them That Way – The Horse 05/24/2019

Got Healthy Hooves? Here's How to Keep Them That Way – The Horse

How to keep your hooves healthy

https://thehorse.com/19088/got-healthy-hooves-heres-how-to-keep-them-that-way/

Got Healthy Hooves? Here's How to Keep Them That Way – The Horse Consider the big picture—from farrier care and diet to environment and genetics—when working to keep horse hooves healthy.

05/19/2019

This is a client of mine who does all this amazing work for the shelter in Bastrop TX. Please share or adopt to help these sweet dogs find a home!

Spring Laminitis: The Not-So-Silent Killer | Daisy Haven Farm 05/06/2019

Spring Laminitis: The Not-So-Silent Killer | Daisy Haven Farm

Spring Laminitis: The Not-So-Silent Killer | Daisy Haven Farm

04/06/2019

This Is The Smallest, Fuzziest Horse In The World

The change trimming made in this tiny ponies life

02/27/2019

Why it’s important not to ignore Thrush!

02/08/2019

My client and friend is selling this trailer. It’s in excellent condition

Click here to support Youth Incentive Fund - Saving Mustangs organized by Melia Gore 01/25/2019

Click here to support Youth Incentive Fund - Saving Mustangs organized by Melia Gore

My close friend’s daughter created this after getting the opportunity to train and show her first mustang. A very inspiring young lady.
Help her help the mustangs!

https://www.gofundme.com/youth-incentive-fund-saving-mustangs?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_content=campaign_link_t&utm_campaign=welcome

Click here to support Youth Incentive Fund - Saving Mustangs organized by Melia Gore The Youth Incentive Fund is a program created in 2015 that operates in conjunction with the Extreme Mustang Makeover to help both youth and mustangs by granting $250 to one selected youth applicant at each of the scheduled events throughout the year. By showcasing the beauty, versatility, and tr...

Hoof boots for a sore horse 10/28/2018

Hoof boots for a sore horse

Helpful tips when you find yourself in a situation with your horse where you have to boot for a period of time.
https://equinewellnessmagazine.com/hoof-boots-sore-horse/

Hoof boots for a sore horse Hoof boots can be a lifesaver for rehabilitating a sore horse. Know their benefits and challenges. As a professional trimmer, I often encounter sore horses. Many have problems such as ...

‘Horse shoes will be obsolete’ – says ex-farrier 10/15/2018

‘Horse shoes will be obsolete’ – says ex-farrier

The transition of a farrier to barefoot. The how, when and whys!

https://nakedhorse.wordpress.com/2015/05/23/horse-shoes-will-be-obsolete-says-ex-farrier/

‘Horse shoes will be obsolete’ – says ex-farrier by Linda Chamberlain Meet Marc Ferrador. He was a much-respected farrier who had serious doubts about nailing shoes to horses’ hooves and decided to do something about it. Colleagues thought …

Fear and Faith. And Abscesses. - The Soul Of A Horse Blog 09/10/2018

Fear and Faith. And Abscesses. - The Soul Of A Horse Blog

Fear and Faith. And Abscesses. - The Soul Of A Horse Blog Mariah Healed Herself I’ll never forget standing out in the rain one cold October day, soaked from head to foot because the rain wasn’t expected. The temperature was only in the mid-fifties, but to me, sopping wet, that was freezing. I looked at our horses, heads down, dripping with water, and I...

How wild horses deal with death and grief: A rare insight - Horsetalk.co.nz 07/07/2018

How wild horses deal with death and grief: A rare insight - Horsetalk.co.nz

How wild horses deal with death and grief: A rare insight - Horsetalk.co.nz "We were intruding on a hallowed ritual, each of these beautiful sentient beings were bidding Pixie goodbye."

06/25/2018

A track system or paddock paradise is a great option. Allow your horses to move

Salt to the Rescue 06/24/2018

Salt to the Rescue

Is your horse getting enough salt in this heat?

Salt to the Rescue I do some version of this post every year for good reason. At the least it will safeguard your horse’s well being and performance in the heat. At best it could save his life. Sweating is th…

Dr. Robert Bowker on Navicular Disease 06/12/2018

Dr. Robert Bowker on Navicular Disease

Dr. Robert Bowker on Navicular Disease An interview with Dr. Robert Bowker on Navicular disease in horses.

04/03/2018

Save Our Oceans by Buying this Bracelet

I understand my business concern is to help horses bodies and hooves to be balanced...
However how many of us dream to ride our horses at the beach?
For some reason the plastic waste problem is a matter that keeps weighing heavy on my mind. Social media is powerful and I'm grateful to have thousands of great people follow my page so I decided I may not be able to collect waste but I can share this effort here for us to contribute!
Thanks

03/07/2018

Taking a breather between horses. Special thanks to Rebecca Brandauer who used her fantastic barefoot trimming skills on four of the horses and spent extra time with Midge (chronic founder mini) making subtle changes so she’s more comfortable and her feet more correct.
If you’d like to sponsor a horse for a trim they’re $40 each. Use the donate button on the top of the page or use this link.
https://www.paypal.me/PatriotPupsandPonies
Ongoing care of the equines is necessary and keeps them happy and healthy to help everyone who comes to the Rescue Ranch.
Please help us continue to build this program.

Iron Overload in Horses by Dr Kellon - Forageplus Talk - Your Guide to Horse Health 02/13/2018

Iron Overload in Horses by Dr Kellon - Forageplus Talk - Your Guide to Horse Health

Iron Overload in Horses by Dr Kellon - Forageplus Talk - Your Guide to Horse Health Iron overload in horses create symptoms include coat changes of bleaching and red ends on dark manes and tails, often hoof issues, abscessing and laminitis

Hoof Cracks - Clues to Why Cracks Won't Go Away 01/11/2018

Hoof Cracks - Clues to Why Cracks Won't Go Away

Hoof Cracks - Clues to Why Cracks Won't Go Away Many hoof cracks are slow to resolve, but quick to come back. A look inside the hoof gives clues on why this happens.

01/05/2018

Down To Earth

I've had horse owner's argue why let the horse go barefoot and not in shoes if we are practically born in shoes...
...food for thought....

Eddie-Foundered/Insulin-Resistant 12/18/2017

Sharing one of Karissa's stories of hope of a laminitic horse. It may help someone else in a similar situation. Give natural hoof care a chance. Educate yourself. Empower yourself for your horses well being!

Meet the handsome Eddie! This sweet heart came to me days before being euthanized after vets and farriers had failed him and his wonderful owner. He had signs of severe laminitis in August 2016 and wasn't improving with the hoof care and treatments he was getting. One of my clients recommended I take a look at him just in case there was any last hope that we could get him back on his feet (literally). The first time I went out to do a consultation, he was lying down, barely wanting to eat or drink, with no sparkle left in his eyes. As soon as I saw his hooves, I knew there was something I could do to get him going in the right direction.

For his first trim, I focused on taking his break over way back to where he would be much more comfortable. As soon as he applied pressure, an abscess instantly drained and he felt relief. He was so happy to get that gunk out!

After the first trim, he was up and moving around that night and the next day. His mood changed and his goofy personality came right back out for everyone to see. He is just the funniest! He has had reoccurring solar abscesses on both front hooves that began under the apex (tip) of the frog and have since moved out more toward the toes. He is trimmed every 3 weeks to keep his angles at a happy medium and stays comfortable in his Easyboot Rx's with pads and lots of powder.

There is a high possibility that we are dealing with some insulin-resistance issues as well, so we are taking that into consideration. I'm hoping the abscesses will continue to push out towards the toe with the lamellar wedge and eventually stop in the next 2-3 months. He's got a ways to go, but he is doing fantastic!

12/18/2017

If you are looking to give a special Christmas blessing please consider donating to this great rescue to ensure everyone has enough hay and feed.
Merry Christmas 🎄 to you all!

12/15/2017

EVO BOOT 1.0 Premium - simply an awesome hoofboot!

Why Supplement? - The Soul of a Horse 10/05/2017

Why Supplement? - The Soul of a Horse

Why Supplement? - The Soul of a Horse Because Omega 3s Are Essential for Your Horse Every domestic horse on the planet needs Omega 3 supplementation because no one, not horse or human, can manufacture their own Omega 3s. A horse in the wild will get his Omega 3 needs from the many varied kinds of fresh native grasses that have never bee...

Photos from Wild Soles Whole Horse Care's post 08/25/2017

Photos from Wild Soles Whole Horse Care's post

The $15,000 failure… 07/23/2017

The $15,000 failure…

Food for thought on the path to help horses that suffer from laminitis

The $15,000 failure… by Linda Chamberlain Laminitis – the vets couldn’t cure him, the farriers couldn’t make him comfortable and in the end the poor horse refused to get up. The bill for this sickenin…

Timeline photos 07/18/2017

Well said...

Many times when I suggest a 4-week schedule to a new client, I get the strangest looks. If it's a client coming from a $25 farrier trim every 6-8 weeks, that look gets worse. We are not out to take your money! We are wanting to keep your horse's feet maintained so they remain sound and happy 😃🐴

Some horses, such as this guy, grow a ton of toe in just 4 weeks! Being on an 8-week schedule before with a farrier, this seemed far-fetched, but the client gave it a shot. After a few trims at 4 weeks, we no longer had a negative palmar angle and he was completely sound! I've been trimming this guy for well over a year now and he has never missed an appointment. I don't want to find out what would happen if he went past 4 weeks, but I'm sure he wouldn't be comfortable.

Take your horse's changing angles and growth into consideration when picking a trim cycle with your trimmer. Just because we are only clipping or rasping off a tiny bit, that tiny bit goes a long way 😊

Photos from Wild Soles Whole Horse Care's post 06/15/2017

Photos from Wild Soles Whole Horse Care's post

Rounding the Corner | EasyCare 06/02/2017

Rounding the Corner | EasyCare

Rounding the Corner | EasyCare Hoof Care Practitioners share their experiences from the field.

Photos from EquineBalance Natural Hoof Care & Bodywork's post 05/25/2017

Cody's hooves are making progress in slowly decontracting and overall hoof health.
Overall he feels much more comfortable and his energy level is up between regular hoof care and bodywork.
The before and after picture is within one session. Look carefully at the change in his topline.
He relaxed so much that he couldn't help but to drool 😂

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