We know that your horse's safety, well-being, and overall care is of the utmost importance. We also know that a trained Veterinarian can never be replaced by a friend, trainer, horse broker, or any multimedia you may find on the internet. Period.
With that said, when reading our advice we trust that readers use their own good judgement and horse sense to reach out to Veterinary Professionals when needed. Not every solution will work for every horse. Not every problem has a solution. We encourage readers to speak with their Veterinarian before acting upon any health-related changes for their animal. Your job as a reader is to do your research, then make an educated decision on what is best for you and your animal.
In the same manner that we take our horse's health, safety, and well being into account we urge Trainers, Riders, Grooms, Handlers, etc. to look at their safety as well. The advice given in this site is not liable for poor judgement on the Human's behalf due to lack of Veterinary Consultation or compromise in both horse and human safety. At no time should ANY reader put themselves, or their Horse, in a position wherein safety is compromised.
Bottom Line - No matter the topic this site contains Professional Equine Advice, not Professional Veterinarian Advice. The site should be treated as a source of reference and learning with careful consideration to all parties involved. The risk and liability of duplicating any and all of the tips and advice given is the sole responsibility of the site visitor.