PB Barefoot Rehab and Retirement Paddock Paradise Livery is a family-run Paddock Paradise livery situated in Staffordshire, Midlands UK. We specialise in the care of retired equines or equines in need of rehabilitating – most commonly due to issues surrounding diet, movement and trim.
Our priority is to offer your equine a safe, natural space with their every need catered to – a home away from home. We provide the residents of PB with a peaceful environment, fulfilling their need for a species appropriate diet amongst a herd with unrestricted movement. Each and every horse is given the freedom to forage, move, sleep and play whenever they please. At PB, we encourage horses to be horses.
Could your equine benefit from our set up and care?
The Paddock Paradise is a concept based on the lifestyle of wild and free-roaming horses, and provides domesticated horses with a environment that more closely resembles their natural habitat. Our equines not only reap the benefits of daily movement from one need such as water to another such as food, but additionally benefit from socialisation with other horses, grooming, foraging, playing and generally having the freedom of choice to do as they please. While your horse is with us, we aim to provide them with an environment that contributes to the release of any stress – be it stress from busy yard environments or lack of species interactions, we allow them to just switch off and simply be a horse. We provide them with companionship and the freedom to move, sleep, eat and play as they choose, all whilst having their diet monitored and managed for those with more complex needs. PB specialises and takes pride in the care given to those who have complex needs and conditions – treating every horse like our own.
Common issues we can help with:
We also offer ridden livery for ridden horses and their owners at our brand-new, Ridden Paddock Paradise yard.
If you would like to enquire about any of our services, please get in contact.
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