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Could your equine benefit from our set up and care?

The Paddock Paradise is a concept based on the lifestyle of wild and free-roaming horses, and provides domesticated horses with a environment that more closely resembles their natural habitat. The horses in our care not only reap the benefits of a species appropriate diet and daily movement but generally thrive from the socialisation and bonding herd living brings. We prioritise providing horses with the freedom of choice - allowing each horse to groom, forage, move or play whenever they'd like. PB further specialises in the rehabilitation of barefoot horses, most commonly working with Laminitis, EMS and obesity, injuries and grass related issues. 

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Laminitis, EMS & obesity 

With a species appropriate diet in place and daily movement encouraged, our set up is perfect for shifting those unwanted fat pads and excess weight.

Our particular set up allows 24/7 turnout without the danger and threat of grass, allowing us to manage their diet without restricting their movement.

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Grass affected issues

Eradicating your horse's access to grass and ensuring their salt, vitamin and dietary needs are fulfilled, our paddock paradise livery allows horses to socialise, play and move freely without battling metabolic, behavioural, physical or neurological issues that stem from high levels of sugar, potassium and nitrogen. 

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Anxiety & resource guarding issues

Many horses struggle with anxiety caused through restricted feed, turnout and isolation or the comings and goings of a busy yard. We pride ourselves on offering a peaceful environment, fulfilling their most basic needs without restriction or pressure. Our liveries have access to 24/7 turnout, socialisation, hay, water and shelter. 

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Arthritis, stiffness and injuries

Prioritising daily, consistent movement and a barefoot natural trim allows the hoof and body to function freely, without creating additional soreness, stiffness or swelling through long periods of box rest, minimal movement or the use of shoes. 

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Hoof & body rehabilitation

Providing a species appropriate environment, diet and trim stimulates blood flow, aids in new hoof growth and facilitates in increased muscle definition and weight management. We are ideal for those with ongoing issues such as Navicular, Laminitis, on/off lameness, cracks, sore heels, poor quality hoof horn, SI issues, soft tissue injuries, lack of muscle and more. 

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Ulcers & Colic

Facilitating your horse's need for a constant supply of high fibre in the form of adlib hay and enabling continual movement helps to improve overall gut function and can drastically reduce the occurrence of ulcers as well as decrease the risk of colic.  

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