Wellpride Featured on Horse Radio Network

In August, Wellpride was thrilled to be a sponsor of the Certified Horsemanship Association’s Radio Show on the Horse Radio Network’s “Horses in the Morning.” Wellpride’s co-founder, Anne-Marie Chalmers, MD, was interviewed by CHA’s CEO Christy Landwehr and by Horse Radio Network founder Glenn the Geek. Dr. Chalmers discussed the …

How Omega-3s Can Soothe Your Horse’s Skin Issues

At some point in their lifetime, it seems like every horse will develop a type of skin problem. Whether it’s sweet itch, hives, hot spots and more, these types of inflammatory conditions can leave your horse’s skin vulnerable to chronic illnesses, hair loss and wounds. And it often makes your …

Boosting Your Breeding Stock’s Reproductive Health with Omega-3

It’s that time of year again. The time when horse breeders make management changes for their mares and stallions in preparation for the beginning of breeding season. Breeding horses can be a complicated process, and mares don’t always get in foal the first time around. However, there is a way …

Omega-3 Blends: How to Determine the Most Useful and Cost Effective Option for Your Horse

Choosing products to help optimize the health of our horses is a complicated process. There are so many supplements on the market, so how do you decide which option is the best and most cost effective? When it comes to omega-3 supplements for horses, there’s a lot to choose from, …

What the Studies Say About Equine Asthma and Omega-3

There have been a lot of studies published that support the benefits of omega-3 supplementation in animals. In this article, we are going to summarize one that relates to horses with chronic lower airway inflammatory disease. What Is Equine Asthma? Equine asthma cases consist of horses that have been diagnosed …

When to Use Fish Oil to Help Rescue Horses

Rescue horses can come in all shapes and sizes and backgrounds. But when people think about rescue horses, it’s usually a starved and neglected horse that comes to mind. Obviously that is a worst-case scenario, and those horses should always be under the care and advice of a treating veterinarian …