Brief Tips on How To Stay Active At Home

By Emily Daigle Even with social distancing measures loosening up, the thought of staying active at home still sounds ideal to some of us. If avoiding expensive gym memberships and crowded parks while maintaining your fitness goals sounds good to you, see below for brief tips on how to stay active at home. Everything calisthenics […]

Preparing For Summer Heat

By Emily Daigle The summer can be a great time to spend outside, however it is very important to take safety precautions for yourself, pets, livestock, and even local wildlife. The following is a list of tips to stay cool and calm in the summer heat. Water, ALWAYS It is extremely important to stay hydrated! […]

Training Your Dog During Quarantine

With everyone in isolation at home, some of us have resorted to traditionally dreadful tasks to mask the seemingly never-ending boredom. On the other hand, some of us have been blessed to spend every second with our dogs. I have found that my 8 year-old labrador isn’t as obedient as I thought he seemed. Then […]

What You Need to Know about Mounted Police

By christian Ackman You may often see Mounted Police officers patrolling in your area, especially if you live in urban areas. Have you ever wondered what role they play in the community or how they are trained? Luckily we’ve got some answers for you!  Most often, mounted police officers facilitate crowd control at large events. […]

Horse Sunburns 101

Being horse people, we spend a lot of time outside. As a result of that, we all know how painful those accidental sunburns on a warm summer day can be. While innocent, we all look back saying, “I knew better.” If we get burnt in one afternoon, imagine the sun our horses soak up while […]

Water Dogs

Summertime is a great season to take adventures with your dogs. A lot of summer activities revolve around water. Swimming is a great form of exercise and an effective way to keep cool in the summer, both for you and your dog. Some dogs love swimming and splashing, but there are some associated risks that […]

How to Pick a Derby-Worthy Three Year Old

DR. Steven Allday weighs in picking a Derby Winner We equine vets are in a privileged position to see some of the best horses in the world come up through the system. Personally, I’ve vetted hundreds of racehorses over the years, and worked with more than a few Derby winners. So I get asked a […]

Road Trip – Dog Edition

Tips & Tricks when TRAVELING with your pet Recently, Jack encountered his first major road trip. I was traveling from Kentucky to Georgia to visit family, and thanks to scheduling conflicts Jack got to tag along! As I prepared for our nine hour road trip, I found myself more concerned about packing for Jack than […]

One With Nature – All-Natural Products & Their Benefits

Many people are slowly shifting to a more holistic lifestyle these days. In addition to finding natural products for ourselves, there has been a boost in natural pet products as well! As we gather more information, we better understand the benefits of these products, as well as the risks involved in the alternative harsh chemical-based […]