Our horse welfare series offers clear advice on topics that have a big impact on horse welfare.
We are extremely grateful to the Margaret Giffen Charitable Trust who funded the production of these films.
Obesity in horses is a growing problem and is one of the top concerns for equine vets. In this video a vet explains why it’s important for owners to regularly check their horses and shows how an owner can assess their horse’s body condition.
This video shows a typical dental assessment with an equine vet and describes the most common dental problems in horses and their implications.
Horses develop stereotypical behaviours such as box walking and crib biting to cope with stress. Owners often try to stop the behaviours with well-meaning but potentially harmful activities that compromise welfare further. Providing the right management system for horses is an essential step to improving the welfare of horses with this problem.
Horses seldom die of natural causes so, as a horse-owner, you may one day be faced with the difficult decision of having your horse put sleep. In this video we look at what you need to know about euthanasia so that you know what to expect and the choices that you will have.
Laminitis is one of the most common causes of lameness and disability in horses and ponies in the UK. Watch this film from our equine welfare series to find out how to prevent your horse or pony from developing laminitis.
Would you know what to do if your horse or pony injured itself? Watch this film to find out more and be prepared.
Do you struggle to load your horse or pony into a horsebox or trailer? Watch this film from our equine welfare series for tips and advice on the best way to do this.
Find out about the best feeding and pasture management techniques to use for your horse or pony.