If you follow us, you’re already aware that our new liniment line, Limber Up, is all the rage. Long-standing Back on Track customers has been searching for a liniment in use with their favorite Back on Track wraps and braces to no avail until now! Staying true to the Back on Track commitment to providing excellent products that leverage the power of nature for healing, the new Limber Up line follows in the footsteps of its predecessors in providing an alternative route to healing. Below, check out 3 Things to Love About Limber Up!
Brown sugar, pumpkin spice, and everything… chilly? As the leaves fall, the temperature falls with it for much of the country. For all of you equestrian riders, sports fanatics, and lovers of the outdoors, this means it’s time to thicken up your gear so you can enjoy your favorite activities as normal. Check out these five Back on Track products that are made to keep you moving during those cold weather activities!
Happy horses are busy horses, but trail riding, jumping, events, rodeos, drafting, cattle work, and more can put a lot of strain on a horses' legs. Luckily, there are many products available designed specifically for protecting your horse from the risks of day-to-day activities. Here are just a few products available for use on a horse's lower extremities:
If you notice a change in the behavior of your pet, one of the primary causes of a mood change is a reaction to injury. An injured pet may show a number of mood swings, changes in general behavior, or other forms of sensitivity due to pain.
A hock joint injury is common, particularly in athletic dogs. This is similar to the hock joint in humans. But what is hock instability and how do you fix it?
As your perfect pooch ages, you might start to notice signs of a struggle in their daily activities. If you're worried your pet might have mobility problems, here's how to recognize arthritis in your dog.
Roughly 44% of all households in the United States have a dog, so if you're worried about making sure your pet is in the best health possible, you're not alone. Seeing man's best friend limping can be a cause for concern. Usually, it's no big deal; dogs rough-house all the time, and it's very possible that your pet may have just landed a step slightly off or has a pebble caught in their toe pads. If your dog is still limping after a few moments, here are some potential causes and what you can do to help them.
Your horse works tirelessly to aid you in your daily ventures. Between performances, working, and training, your horse needs the best love and care to stay healthy. To ensure your horse is getting the best treatment for their injuries and downtime, here are three products a hardworking horse simply shouldn't go without.
One huge way we improve our exercise routines is by warming up and stretching before and after workouts. And yet, fitness enthusiasts who bring their dogs along often forget that animal muscles need to be warmed up, too. To help your dog avoid muscle damage and to help her have the most enjoyable workout possible, follow these three steps.