Good Horse services in Buckinghamshire

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Buckinghamshire: Equine Indiba Therapy

The Equine Indiba system, is a new adaptation, specifically for use in animals, of Indiba®, a system that has been used successfully to treat humans, since 1983. The Indiba® system is used for medical aesthetic, trauma and physiotherapy, and medical applications in humans, and... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Animal Chiropractic Manipulation Techniques

We specialise at looking at your horse, pet or yourself as a whole, physically, emotionally and mentally, we truly believe if we "look at rebalancing the whole of the body" by several consultants/therapists specialised to do this we can rebalance what is "out of... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Helping Horses Cope

Debbie offers advice and counselling on all aspects of equine behaviour. She is a qualified behaviour consultant with a background in person-centred counselling, uniquely placed to understand how to change horses’ behaviour for the better, and how to help owners succeed... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Equine and Canine Osteopath

Osteopathy is great for animals of all shapes and sizes. It works using the same principles developed and used on humans. Common problems and conditions helped: Gait problems; slow to warm up, reluctance to stride out, poor collection, tracking up, better on one rein,... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Anita Rennie - Equine Acupuncture

Practiced by the Chinese and other Eastern cultures for thousands of years, acupuncture may be used to treat a wide variety of illnesses. It has evolved from the ancient art of placing needles into special locations on the body to alleviate pain, improve recovery rates and... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Solving Problems

Justine Harrison is a qualified equine behavourist who applies the science of behaviour and learning to help you understand and solve horse behaviour problems. Horses in all disciplines may have problems from time to time. These could be handling issues such as leading or... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Intuition

Melanie has been a qualified self employed horse trainer for twenty-seven years. She teaches a wide variety of levels, mostly on a one to one basis. Having been formerly trained in England and in Vienna, Austria, Melanie is now considered one of the countrys premier dressage... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Horses Training

Carol Bennitt is a BHSI dressage trainer and rider based on the Bedfordshire/ Hertfordshire/ Buckuckinghamshire border. She is currently competing 3 horses from Novice to Intermediare and has youngsters coming on for owners. Always on the look out for talent, Carol is open to... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Kim Sheader - Equine Physio

Physiotherapy can help your horse by relieving pain, increasing mobility and promoting healing. Often horses only display subtle signs of pain or discomfort such as a change in behaviour, a change in performance, stiffness or a change in their normal movement... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Equine Therapy

I carry out equine therapy in Hertfordshire, London, Bedfordshire, Essex, Cambridgeshire and Buckinghamshire. I also travels to Ireland several times yearly. I have never refused to help an animal so if you think I can help, do contact me and I will do my best to help... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Behavioural Consultancy

Katie provides an equine behavioural consultancy service nationwide combining the latest in behavioural science with lifelong equine experience. Katie aims to provide a service whereby horse people can call upon her when they are experiencing problems with their relationship... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Correction and Repair

We are a small team of farriers based in Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire and working in the surrounding areas. Our aim is to provide an excellent standard of equine hoof care coupled with a highly professional service. In addition to general shoeing and trimming, a large element... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Equine Osteopathy

Has your horse developed a musculoskeletal problem causing problems with lameness, gait, and tension? Have you noticed reluctance to canter, shorter strides or head carriage issues? These are common signs and symptoms that can affect the performance and behaviour of your horse... > View Profile

Buckinghamshire: Jessica Gray - Equine Physio

Physiotherapy can help your horse by relieving pain, increasing mobility and promoting healing. Often horses only display subtle signs of pain or discomfort such as a change in behaviour, a change in performance, stiffness or a change in their normal movement... > View Profile

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