"This website is like a free equine veterinary consult"
Anne Raye, DVM
One of the most frustrating things my clients face is not knowing how to help their horse—
whether the problem is physical, behavioral or related to performance.
Do you call the vet? Trainer? Farrier? Psychic?
Do you need a new saddle, training video, feed change or titanium shoes?
Where can you go to find the answers?
What I can’t stand
What I can’t stand, in fact— what I have really learned to hate— is when I have clients crying because they’ve been trying and trying to help their horse, but no one could help them do it. Clients who have spent thousands of dollars and years of waiting for healing, when they just needed the right path for their horse.
I can’t stand it anymore. So I am trying to get useful horse information (not just the usual medical gobbledegook) out there for everyone.
I’d like to help you find your answers.
I’m adding material to the site as quickly as I can. Please let me know if there is something that you would like to see soon for your horse. Drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can use “submit your problem here” below.
Here’s the current horse problem list:
HEAD and NECK (Including Behavior)
The BELLY (Includes INTERNAL concerns)
Why is this free?
You may wonder why I’m offering all this information for free. Well, first of all, I love horses and want to help as many as possible. I can’t do that without you.
Secondly, I believe horse owners are smart and love discovering how to better help their horses. That’s why I wrote Where Does My Horse Hurt? and enjoy doing Where Does My Horse Hurt? Seminars.
I’d appreciate you checking out the seminar and book pages when you get a chance.