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Equine Mind and Body Services

I provide help and support for anyone wanting to train horses or solve problems using positive reinforcement, incorporating Shiatsu and/or clicker training where appropriate. I can also provide trimming and support for owners of barefoot horses.

My aim is for this website to increase your interest in behaviour, increase your awareness and understanding of behaviour and to show you how shiatsu can be a part of that.

Catherine Bell

Aim: To provide information and promote interest in the welfare and behaviour of animals by holding various events throughout the year.

Suzanne Rogers

Welcome to the official web site of the British Mule Society. I hope you will find it both interesting and informative.

The British Mule Society is a friendly society made up of both mule owning and non-mule owning members who are joined by a common bond – a love and appreciation of mules.

The aim of this web site is to give you an insight into the workings of the British Mule Society, its activities and to its members, but more importantly their mules – that wonderful intelligent creature that joins us all together.

Thank you for visiting The Alternative Horse Society. We are The Definitive Equine Directory with a Comprehensive Guide to the many therapies and training styles available.

Welcome to the web site of Richard Vialls, Equine Podiatrist.

Equine podiatry is about getting the best possible feet under your horse.

Equine footcare techniques have moved on in the last few years. Many horse owners are now discovering that their horses can work without shoes and that there are health and other benefits that come with this approach. Equine Podiatry is an holistic, science-based approach to caring for your horse's feet without the use of shoes.

Rockley is owned and run by Nic Barker and Andy Willis and we are based in north Devon, in the Exmoor National Park.    

Nic is a UKNHCP natural hoofcare practitioner, and we have ridden, hunted and competed our horses barefoot for several years.  We have extensive experience of rehabilitating horses with a variety of hoof-related issues and lameness, including navicular disease.

"Where knowledge ends, violence begins…."
This quote sums up our philosophy in so few words and says so much
that we had to share it with you. We came together through our
studies into equine behaviour and complementary therapies, and it is
this shared passion that has compelled us to create this website.

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