Genuine Health Care – Promoting Horse Health Through Nature's Laws
Equine Naturopathy- is something many of you might not be familiar with… I know for me I hadn't heard of it and yet had been modeling and teaching its principles for many years. While searching for more options for improving and furthering my education and experience, I came across the American Council of Animal Naturopathy. As I looked through their website and information I was intrigued and excited to see that it is very congruent with what I already teach to horse owners and provide with my consultation services!
Being driven by never ending self-improvement and being the best I can be for both my animals and those of my clients, I enrolled and invested in one of their online certification courses. I have since completed the program and have become a certified Animal Health Coach for both small animal and equine.
It has been an eye opening and exciting experience. The natural path is not always common or supported by the mainstream. To see and be connected with many others learning and utilizing the same concepts and truths as I am, has been encouraging and inspiring. Naturally, I am going to share this information you! To empower you to take hold of the principles and concepts of natural horse care and promote the health of your horse.
The 8 Laws of Health of Equine Naturopathy
The foundation for health according to the philosophy of Naturopathy is simple and pure. Follow the 8 Laws of Health and enjoy wellness and vitality, break these laws and struggle through disease and illness. In future posts, I will cover in more detail the way that disease, illness, and symptoms are viewed in Naturopathy. For those of you who have worked with me in the past, you already know I do not view symptoms as something to be suppressed. Our focus here at Equine Essential Wellness is not to treat disease, but to build and promote health and wellness and Equine Naturopathy seeks to do the same.
Simply put the 8 Laws of Health include:
We provide many free resources, affordable products, and empowering services to support you while aligning your horse's lifestyle to these 8 Laws of Health. Begin today to chart the course of health for your horse, it is a choice I can assure you, that you won't regret!
Our Mission Here at Equine Essential Wellness is Promoting Natural Horse Health-
In a lot of my content, I share the story of supporting my mare through health concerns, naturally, after traditional methods had failed and euthanasia became the only recommendation veterinarians had for her. Part of our mission has to do with the success I had in helping her, and wanting that for your horse…
I now understand, that there were simple lifestyle shifts I could've made prior to Pokey's condition that could have reduced her risk of concern. That is something I can't go back in time and change, but I can pay this hard learned lesson forward in hopes of helping someone else not experience the “if someone had just told me “that” was harming my horse.”
The reality is Pokey had been “telling” me for years that there was a concern, but sadly the vets and other equine professionals and mentors I had at the time, told me the things I noticed were no big deal! So I created a FREE pdf guide that shares 10 Tell Tale Signs Your Horse May Be Suffering From Dangerous Digestive Problems. Click Here to download your copy today.
Pokey struggled with #3 on this list for years and yet I was told she was just lazy and it was a training/behavioral problem. Don't let others misguide you or silence what your horse wants you to know.
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The information contained in this publication is for educational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for medical care or to prescribe, treat, or diagnose any specific health condition. If your horse has a health issue, disease, illness, or injury, please contact a qualified veterinarian for care and treatment.