Nutrition Consultations
Dr. Thunes will assess your current concerns and create a complete feeding program for your individual horse or entire barn
Veterinary Consulting
Dr. Thunes is also available for collaboration both in person and via video conferencing with veterinary practices seeking nutritional support for their patients.
Corporate Consulting
With extensive experience as a consulting nutritionist to international feed and supplement companies, Dr. Thunes is a valuable asset in any phase of development
Educational Engagements
Dr. Clair Thunes is a dynamic speaker and educator dedicated to empowering horse owners with the knowledge to make sound decisions when it comes to feeding their herd

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Wishing all our clients past and present competing at the Landrover Kentucky Horse Trials the best runs across country tomorrow. It is an honor to work with these amazing athletes and to be a part of their support team. ... See MoreSee Less

How familiar are you with the poisonous plants in your area?Happy #EarthDay!

Our planet is certainly blessed with lots of incredible species, but let’s not forget that not all of them mix successfully. For example, did you know that the plants listed below (many of which are extremely common) are toxic to horses?

The good news is that a 1,000-pound horse has to consume significantly higher quantities of a toxic plant than a smaller animal to be affected clinically. However, some plants are cause for concern since even a curious nibble or repeated browsing over several weeks or months can lead to serious illness or even death. Therefore, it’s in your horse’s best interest that you learn to recognize poisonous plants so they can be promptly removed from your horse-keeping areas.

If you suspect your horse has ingested a poisonous plant:
• Remove the horse from the source.
• Contact your veterinarian immediately.
• Attempt to determine how much of the toxic plant was eaten and when it was eaten.

Pro tip: another commonly overlooked reason a horse may become poisoned, is allowing horses to graze a pasture after it has been sprayed with herbicide but before the weeds have died and disappeared.

As always, contact your veterinarian for more information and guidance!
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How familiar are you with the poisonous plants in your area?

Wishing a very happy 96th birthday to Queen Elizabeth II. Do you celebrate your birthday with your horse?A new photograph of the Queen showing her between two white ponies with a backdrop of tree blossom has been released to mark her birthday.

The monarch turns 96 today, ahead of a weekend of celebrations for her Platinum Jubilee to mark 70 years on the throne.

In the new photo, she holds two of her own fell ponies by the reins, with Bybeck Nightingale on the right and Bybeck Katie on the left...

Read the full article published by Metro UK here: www.equestrianlife.com.au/articles/Queens-love-of-horses-captured-in-new-photo-marking-96th-birth...

© henrydallalphotography.com/The Royal Family #eqlifeaus
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Wishing a very happy 96th birthday to Queen Elizabeth II. Do you celebrate your birthday with your horse?
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