Good Horse services in Wiltshire

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Wiltshire: Lily Jackson - Equine Physio

I offer equine physiotherapy services in Dorset, Wiltshire, Somerset, Devon and Hampshire. My name is Lily Jackson and I am a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT). Physiotherapy is valuable whether competing or simply riding your... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Equine Chiropractor

I’m Joel Inkpen, and I’m a qualified and registered chiropractor. In order to transfer my skills as a human chiropractor to treat animals, I trained with the International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic (IAVC) in Bournemouth. I gained my masters degree as a human... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Donkey Call Out

Based in the tranquil surroundings of the Surrey countryside, our Surgery for small animals and Equine Surgery for large animals provide the highest standard of care for your animals. Our traditional values mean that our aim is to provide the best personal service to you and... > View Profile

Wiltshire: 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

Wiltshire: Relax and Revitalise

My name is Meredithe Smith and I am a fully insured, qualified reiki Practitioner Teacher (sometimes called a Master/Teacher) and Equine Reiki Practitioner. How Reiki can help your horse: A Reiki therapy session is non-diagnostic, non-interventionist, non-manipulative and no... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Muddy hooves Equine Podiatry

Equine Podiatrist, covering North Wiltshire, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Avon. > View Profile

Wiltshire: Dental Chart

I provide a full professional examination, I complete the dental work required for your horse and you will receive a dental chart documenting this work. I am always happy to see your horse at home or in a yard. I am now running various weekly, monthly and bi-monthly clinics... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Top Team

Michael and Sharon began training racehorses in 2002 at the family farm in Staverton, initially with a small string of point-to-pointers. They both shared a life-long passion for horses and have been involved with them for many years but now the direction of their lives was... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Equine Manipulation therapy

Anthony Webber has always enjoyed a natural affinity with horses. Born and raised at Cropredy Lawn in North Oxfordshire, on the farm and racehorse training base of his late father John and now his brother Paul, it was natural that horses soon became a way of life for... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Veterinary Surgeons

The practice has been established in Salisbury for over 100 years, and has had a specialised equine branch for 40 years. The equine hospital located on the outskirts of the town was built in 1999 and has achieved RCVS Tier 3 accreditation. There are currently 11 veterinary... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Knapp Farm Livery

Knapp Farm Livery is based in the quiet village of Leigh in Wiltshire, on the edge of the Cotswolds. Owned by Ken and Heather Howse, the farm has been in the family for many years, originally as a dairy farm, being converted to a livery yard in 1997. The yard is now designed... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Selected Saddles

Bearhouse Saddlery is a traditional saddlery workshop based on the Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire borders. We stock a range of good quality products and produce many bespoke items both equestrian and sporting. The team at Bearhouse are master saddlers and we have a society... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Effective Therapy

No matter whether it's a top level competition animal or beloved family pet - when they are not on top form the effects can be profound for both you and the animal in question. As an Animal Physical Therapist using a range of techniques, Jess helps your horse, dog or cat... > View Profile

Wiltshire: Healthy Horse and Hoof

After being introduced to barefoot management some 9 years ago, I started trimming my own horses and have continued ever since. All 8 of my equine friends are soundly barefoot. Their ages range from 2 to 24 years old, and the herd is a mix of a stallion, geldings and mares. I... > View Profile

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