Spring has sprung and the pests have come

By: Emily Daigle It is that wonderful time of the year when the flowers begin blooming, the grass grows fuller, and the air becomes warm and wet. Springtime sure appears great for you and your pets to get outside and take advantage of the beautiful weather. However, with this lively season comes an abundance of […]

Women in Rodeo

Jackie Crawford headshot

As we approach the NFR, let’s take a look at some of the fearless and fantastic women who helped make rodeo the sport it is today. The first cowgirl, Lucille Mulhall, made a name for herself after impressing Theodore Roosevelt with her riding and roping skills. Roosevelt told Mulhall he would invite her to his […]

Holiday Food for Dogs

Thanksgiving dinner turkey

While we all are tempted to share our tasty dinners with our canine companions, a lot of food that we enjoy isn’t safe or healthy for our furry friends. As the holiday season approaches, many of us will be preparing greater quantities of food for our celebrations. Our pets can ramp up the begging around […]

Preventative is Preferred

Aging is inevitable. Keeping ourselves, our horses and our pets healthy as we age should be a priority. Thinking preventatively, and not reactively can save us time, money and pain. So what are the best ways to do so? Regular check ups at the vet or doctor are paramount. Keeping on top of your health, […]