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When your Horse Should NOT get Worked on

Consulte a su veterinario si su caballo está experimentando alguna contraindicación enumerada.

Consult with your vet if your horse is experiencing any of the listed contraindications.

Despite the incredible benefits that Equine Bodywork may bring to the table, there are actually times when it could do more harm than good. It’s important to know when to hold off on an Equine Bodywork session.

Contraindications of Equine Bodywork:

If your horse is experiencing any of the listed contraindications, it’s important to consult with your veterinarian. 

Once bodywork is cleared by your vet, you may continue your sessions. Your horse’s health is our #1 priority. 

April 22, 2023

Brittany Gray 🇺🇸

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