Animal Wellness

Horse Care in the Spring

When warmer spring weather arrives, it is time to alter your horse care to best meet the needs of your equine partner. Is he starting to pack on a few pounds from the delicious spring grasses? Maybe his feet have started to grow more quickly? Or perhaps he is sweating a bit more as he waits for his winter coat to shed? The following tips can help you keep your horse happy and healthy during spring months. 1. Get out the fly spray
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Safety Tips for Your Pet This Easter

Easter is a great time to celebrate with family and friends, and this includes your fur babies, but don’t forget that being aware of some of the hazards associated with this holiday will help keep your pets happy, healthy and safe. Here are some things to look out for: Lilies: Easter lilies make for a beautiful decoration to your Easter table, but be aware that they are extremely toxic to pets, especially cats. Even if your cat eats just a few petals it can result […]

The Nutritional Value Of Pet Grass

The Nutritional value of pet grass

Our Pet Grass is a special blend of organic seeds, including barley, oats, wheat and rye. The growing kits also come with organic potting soil. Tray grown grass like ours generally takes 7-10 days to grow and has a sweet taste, but the nutritional value can easily take center stage. Benefits of grass include being a great source of chlorophyll and assisting with detoxification. For nearly half a century research has shown that cereal plants such as the wheat grass found in our special blend […]

3 Easy Ways To Spot Equine Dental Problems


Dental problems can cause your horse to behave in all kinds of strange ways that you may not associate with their teeth. Just like people, horses can get gum infections and cavities and the pain that they experience is just as real. So before these equine dental problems are allowed to get worse, here are 3 easy ways that you can spot them before they become bigger issues for your horse. 1. Your horse is tossing or tilting their head while they are being ridden. […]

Feeding Tips For Healthy Horses

Feeding Tips For Healthy Horses

Feeding your equine partners a well-balanced diet of protein, minerals, vitamins, grain, grass and hay is important to helping them live a healthy life. Determining what to feed your horse can depend on a few factors, including: environment, fitness level, equine discipline and age. With this in mind, here are a few feeding tips for healthy horses: Top 7 Feeding Tips For A Healthy Horse Did you know that the average 1,000-pound horse (depending solely on hay for its forage), will eat between 10 to […]

Conditioning: Taking Your Horse’s Heart Rate

Taking Your Horses Heart Rate

First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Suzie Q and I am the inspiration for Priscilla’s Grass For Horses. Some of my favorite times with Priscilla have been when we are exercising together. Being in great shape helps my mind and body stay strong so that I can perform at my peak when I need to. Here is something that all horse owners should know how to do when you’re conditioning your horse. Take the heart rate. Getting the blood pumping through […]

5 Natural Horse Care Tips You Can Feel Great About


Horses are just like any other animal or human on the planet. They have evolved to take advantage of the many ways that nature has provided for us to be healthy. It can be easy to get caught up in the miracle cures of the age, but many times the best ideas are the simplest and the easiest ways to care for our bodies are the most natural. With this in mind we have come up with a list of 5 natural horse care tips […]

3 Ways To Keep Your Horse Happy

2 Ways to Keep Your Horse Happy

Give Them A Purpose. Just like people, horses thrive on knowing what they should be doing. It could be something as simple as standing where they’re told to stand so that you can groom them. Or it might be coming up to the fence line to get their favorite snack, a carrot or a serving of horse grass. Give Them Space. Many times we spend a large portion of our day working our horses or grooming them, but sometimes they just need to be left alone with […]

Is Your Horse In Need Of A Visit From The Farrier?

Is Your Horse In Need Of A Visit From The Farrier

It’s a new year and a great time to get on a regular schedule with your farrier. A good rule of thumb is that your horse should expect a visit every 6-8 weeks. Of course, this is a general rule and specifics for your horse will depend on many factors, including the climate, what kind of work they may be doing, and how fast their feet grow. Developing a good working relationship with an excellent farrier is one of the best things you can do […]

The Natural Diet of Horses

The Natural Diet of Horses

The natural diet of a horse is grass. So, if you are looking for a special treat to give them, a great choice is Priscilla’s grass for horses. Priscilla’s horse grass is a blend of organic grain seeds that is easy to grow. Each box comes with 16 individual servings that will keep your horse coming back for more!