Guide to feeding a horse with Cushing’s disease

Cushing’s disease, also known as PPID, is a serious condition that affects the endocrine system of horses. It must be diagnosed by a vet who will provide medical advice. However, we have prepared a guide to take you through dietary considerations to help your horse lead as healthy a life as possible.

Tips for feeding a horse with Cushing’s disease

This guide takes a look at what Cushing’s disease is, and the signs to look out for that may indicate your horse is suffering from it. If a vet diagnoses it, the guide then provides advice on what you can do nutritionally speaking for your horse, and the science behind this.

It also has recommendations from the Pure range that will help you manage the illness depending on what degree of work and condition your horse is in. It includes a real-life case-study of how Pure Feed worked for one happy customer and their horse.

Owning a horse with Cushing’s disease

It is not nice to know that your horse has a serious condition like PPID. But this guide will reassure you that, with the right care and diet, you can still help your horse lead a comfortable life – with many lovely shared experiences still to come.

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This guide will provide you with really useful information and some great feeding ideas. To download your FREE guide to feeding a horse with Cushing’s disease, simply complete a few short details on the form below.

As with all the information we provide, we hope it will give you the answers you need. If any question is left unanswered, please do not hesitate to contact our expert nutritional team who will be happy to help.

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