Podcast Episode 37: Antibiotics and Hoof abscesses

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Whatever you do, don’t listen to this podcast while you’re eating. This short podcast on Horse Mysteries Solved talks about the do’s and don’ts of hoof abscesses. Transcript: Renee (00:00) You. Hello, my friends. I hope you’re having a good day. This is Dr. Renee Tucker, equine veterinarian for over 25 years now and also the creator of Tucker Biokinetic … Read More

Podcast Episode 36: Anti-inflammatories and the refrigerator

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I’ve got a fun podcast for you today on Horse Mysteries Solved. We all think of inflammation as an area with heat, swelling, and pain…but what IS it? This podcast chat is about: -What inflammation actually is -Is inflammation good or bad? -What to do to help with inflammation -What to avoid As always, I look forward to your comments, … Read More

Podcast Episode 35: Ins and Outs of SALT

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Are you using regular table salt? I hope not. Typical table salts have been heavily processed, bleached, and heated. This high heat changes the chemical structure of sodium chloride, transforming it into an indigestible toxin. Up to 80 minerals and essential trace minerals are removed. It also contains chemically engineered anti-caking agents called calcium silicate. The above information can be … Read More

Podcast Episode 29: Should you ever do joint injections?

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Have you ever wondered if joint injections are good for your horse? If they are good, when do you do them? If they’re not good, what options are available? All this and more on today’s Horse Mysteries Now podcast. Links Mentioned: www.hoofingmarvelous.com Transcription: Renee (00:01) Hello, friends. Dr. Renee Tucker here. Hey, we had one of our listeners request a … Read More

Podcast Episode 28: Stop watching the horse move

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Many people say they’d like to be better at horse gait analysis. You know, where you watch the horse and look for short-striding, unevenness, gait assymmetries…stuff like that. But should you even do that? Is it a waste of time? More about why or why not on today’s Horse Mysteries Solved podcast. Links Mentioned: Purchase: Where Does My Horse Hurt … Read More