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Deworming Dogs Naturally with Herbs (2022)

Deworming dogs naturally can offer your pet a healthy and effective alternative to medications. Worms (internal parasites) are very common in dogs but, fortunately, they are also very treatable with herbs. The canine body's natural defenses against worms, supported by the correct herbal ingredients, are adequate to destroy or expel unwanted parasites. What are the symptoms my dog may have parasites? Visible worms or eggs in feces: This is the most common way to confirm that your dog has worms. However, not all kinds of worms are visible to the naked eye. Scratching, scooting, or rubbing his rear on the ground or against furniture:  If your dog shows signs of itchiness around the rear, it may be irritated by worms Read More...

Tack Room Talk 13 Herbal Wormer

LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS NOW LISTEN ON SPOTIFY NOW On this weeks episode of Tack Room Talk presented by Silver Lining Herbs, Josi and Chance chat about our 13 Herbal Wormer for Horses and our 13 Herbal Wormer for Dogs. The guys hit the nail on the head when it comes to deworming our animals. Instead of putting chemicals in our animals to rid parasites, let's do it by putting with all natural herbs in their diet. The combination of herbs used in the 13 Herbal Wormer for Horses are for the maintenance of a healthy and naturally worm- and parasite-free system. This combination works by simply maintaining an environment which is not welcoming to parasites and worms; they are Read More...

Deworming Horses Naturally with Herbs (No Side Effects)

Parasitic worms live in the intestines of horses and ponies.  Small numbers of worms can be tolerated, causing no effect on a horse's well-being.  Larger worm populations can cause a range of issues including diarrhea, colic, and even death.  Herbs can assist your horse's immune system in keeping the intestinal parasite population under control. What are the symptoms my horse may have parasites? Symptoms like diarrhea and constipation, colic, rough and dull-looking coat, poor growth in foals, and respiratory issues such as cough and nasal discharge can indicate that your horse may have worms. Other indications may be a loss of hair around its tail from rubbing. Having a lack of energy and acting sluggish. Sores on the skin and Read More...

4 Calming Herbs to Support Your Horse (2022)

Your horses’ anxiety can turn any situation into no fun for anyone, them, or you.  Beyond that, anxiety can lead to chronic health issues.  So it is important to support your horse’s emotional well-being. Herbs to Calm Horses: Here are 4 calming herbs that we use in our #20 Keep Cool to support horses with stress. 1. Catnip for your horse. Catnip is useful for calming the nerves and helping with anemia.  It also contains some antibiotic properties.   It is a mild tonic for colds, flu, and fevers. It can also help stimulate the appetite.  It was used to introduce sweating without increasing body heat, as a sedative for pain, restlessness, convulsions, and insomnia. 2. Chamomile for your horse. Chamomile Read More...

4 Best Herbs to Support Your Digestive System Naturally in 2022

Digestion is the number one googled health issue for people, so it should be the number one thing that YOU should be concerned about when it comes to your own health.  Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said, “All health begins in the gut”, and there is a science to back this up. What are you doing to support your own gut health? The Standard American Diet does so much harm to the digestive system.  So before trying to make any progress on healing our gut health, we should start by cutting out things that are causing harm.  These things include refined sugars, hydrogenated oils, processed foods, certain dairy products, and alcohol. Think of our gut lining as a fishnet.  It’s Read More...

Liver Detox For Allergy Sufferers

Liver detox and allergy sufferers Liver Detox is an important process for allergy sufferers.  Seasonal allergies happen as a result of an overloaded toxic state within the liver.  The liver is the great detoxifier of the body and responsible for processing everything we come in contact with; therefore, it's health has a huge impact on our overall health.  When your liver is healthy it is able to better filter the blood and handle allergens, which will help in reducing the load on the immune system. Allergies can weaken your immune system if not treated effectively; consequently, enabling your uncontrolled allergies to turn into a sinus, ear, or upper respiratory infection. Signs the liver may not be working properly If you Read More...

Can Dogs Eat Soybeans? Is Soy Oil Good for Dogs!

Have you ever noticed that dogs have an annoying tendency to eat almost everything in sight? No matter if it is good or bad for them. Well, the good news is that if you catch your dog eating soybeans, soybeans are not harmful to your dog. In other words, they are not poisonous to your dog's health. In fact, Soybeans in moderation may have many hidden health benefits for your dog. Soybeans are high in protein. Unlike most plant-based proteins, soybeans are a complete protein. This simply means that they contain all of the essential amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of a dog's body. They build and repair organs and tissues like tendons, muscles, skin, hair, and Read More...

Pros and Cons of Feeding Whole Oats to Horses [2022]

If you have ever spoken to Mickey, Josi, or Chance you may have heard them recommend whole oats for your horse. Why do we make this suggestion? Cons of Whole Oats Whole oats have gotten a bad reputation for a couple of reasons, one being that they are said to make horses “hot” and the other is that they don’t digest very well, they go right through them. On the subject of making a horse “hot”, it is all about moderation. Most horses do not need a gallon of oats, a quart or two will suffice. As for horses not digesting oats, that is a farce as well. The ratio of oats going into the horse compared to out of Read More...

Sherry Cervi’s Silver Lining Herbs for Success

Silver Lining Herbs recommendations from 19X National Finals Rodeo qualifier and 4X World Champion Barrel Racer, Sherry Cervi "I have been using Silver Lining Herbs products for over 20 years. Having a healthy and happy horse is crucial to the longevity of their performance career and beyond." A few of Sherry's favorite Silver Lining Herbs products include: 9 Inflamaid 12 Feet & Bone Support 17 Kolik Eaz 24 Immune Support  Hemp Seed-Coconut Oil Be sure to take a listen to the Tack Room Talk podcast presented by Silver Lining Herbs where Josi and Chance do an in depth interview with Sherry. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Sherry Cervi - Barrel Racing Legend Tack Room Talk [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QJg0inenQU[/embed] Related Links: Tack Read More...

6 Reasons Why Your Dog Won’t Sleep at Night (Modern Solutions)

by Adrienne Farricelli of veterinaryplace.com The many struggles of life keep you tossing and turning at night, but why on Earth is your dog, who has every reason to lead a happy, worry-free life, unable to fall asleep? He has no financial worries; he no longer has to hunt or scavenge for food and has all the comforts and commodities that come with being a pampered pooch of the 21st century. What signs would you expect in a dog suffering from insomnia? Of course, your dog won't wake up with dark circles around his eyes and you won't hear him tossing and turning throughout the night. Instead, you might hear him whining, barking or pacing during the late night and Read More...