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I service the Front Range of Colorado down to Castle Rock. I’m taking minor rehab trims, and maintenance trims. Coming later in 2023…. I’ll offer glue on shoes, casting, and body working as a Massage Therapist. With a Red Light System and soon a Bemer Blanket.
I have been taking courses, clinics, and training with a power-house of woman farriers. Including Daisy Bicking, Ida Hammer, Megan Hensley from The Donkey Farrier, and Lisa Agius-Gillberty from The Glorious Hoof. Along side of numerous webinar. I feel confident to start taking clients and to get under horses/donkeys.
I ask clients to keep a schedule of 4-6 weeks cycle. While I’m out, we’ll touch base about the horse’s diet, movement, and possibly body working. I am a single mom of two younger kids. So, I understand life happens. I ask, that if you need to reschedule please contact me ASAP. And we’ll get you and your equine taken care of.
I have a business Facebook page, Hollann’s Horse Feathers. You can check me out there and message me. You can also
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