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Posts about Dehydration

Providing constant access to fresh water and salt can help avoid a dehydrated horse.

How Do You Hydrate Your Horses?

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A Redmond Story: How Taylor Got Her Horse to Drink More Water

Taylor's horse Jin exhibited lethargy and other signs of dehydration in horses. She used Redmond Rock and Rein Water to get her horse to drink more water.

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A Redmond Story:  Why Sue Changed Her Horse's Salt Lick to Redmond Salt

A dehydrated horse can suffer serious conditions like compaction colic. Redmond salt supplements get horses to drink more water and deliver trace minerals.

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A Redmond Story:  Kelly Uses Rock on a Rope to Give Her Horse Salt and Trace Minerals

Kelly found Redmond Rock on a Rope salt lick gave her horse the loose minerals and equine electrolytes he needed better than a traditional salt block.

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A Redmond Story:  How Dana Used Rein Water to Help Her Dehydrated Horse

When Dana's horse refused to drink water, she worried he'd become dehydrated. Rein Water has equine electrolytes that got her horse drinking water again.

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8 Benefits of Electrolytes for Horses

Electrolytes are critical to combat horse dehydration. Here are eight situations where horses may specifically benefit from an equine electrolyte paste.

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A Redmond Story:  How Jo Got Her Dehydrated Horse Drinking Again

It's a well-known problem in horse care: Sometimes, no matter how dehydrated a horse is, he just won't drink water. Learn how to improve horse hydration.

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A Redmond Story: How Alyssa Got Two New Horses to Drink More Water

When Alyssa Fleming's two new horses refused to drink water, she worried that they'd become dehydrated. Rein Water got her horses drinking water again.

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Salt vs. Electrolytes for Horses: What’s the Difference?

Salt and electrolytes are critical for horse health, but what's the difference? Learn about salt and electrolytes and when each should be given to horses.

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Why Won’t My Horse Drink Water Away From Home?

Traveling can cause horses to stop drinking, putting them at risk to become dehydrated. Here are 7 tips to help your horse stay hydrated on the road.

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