How to Safely Trim Dog Nails

By Christian Ackman Trimming my dogs’ nails is my least favorite thing to do to them. They dislike it, and the fear of making them bleed is always in the back of my head. However, since I’d rather do it myself than take them to the vet or groomers, I have schooled up on the […]

Canine Blood Donation-Did you know?

Written by Christian Ackman Here are some interesting facts about Dog Blood Donors Most people are aware of the need for blood donors. When people are sick or injured, blood donors play a huge role in their recovery. Did you realize the same is true for dogs? Blood transfusions save the lives of hundreds of […]

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is essentially a long link of carbohydrate molecules bound together that can absorb moisture. In fact, hyaluronic acid is capable of holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water. Your skin accounts for about half of the hyaluronic acid found in your entire body. Other parts of your body that house hyaluronic […]

Why Women are More Likely to Experience Knee Injuries and Pain

WOmen are 60% more likely to experience joint pain Did you know that female athletes suffer knee injuries five to six times more often than males? When we think about the general shape of men versus women, it’s easy to conclude that the skeletal makeup of women is a slightly smaller replica of a man’s. […]

How Exactly Is LubriSynHA a “Natural” Supplement?

Many supplements claim to be “Natural” But LubriSynha Delivers on that promise In this day and age, it’s common for consumers to be especially cautious about the claims made by product advertising. This skepticism is normal and perfectly reasonable, as you should be careful about what you put into your body. It’s not always easy […]

How to Prevent the Downward Spiral of Limited Mobility

Don’t fall into a cycle of discomfort Joint pain comes with a number of challenges, the most notable being a limited range of movement. Those who experience pain typically see a deterioration in their joint mobility, which can lead to a vicious cycle that costs them their health and independence. The cycle happens like this: […]

Conditioning the Field Hunter

Dr. Steven Allday weighs in on effective ways of getting your horse ready for hunt season Steeped in tradition, Fox Hunting is an equestrian sport enjoyed throughout the world. Properly prepared horses and riders can have a wonderful riding experience socializing with friends and enjoying nature. As cubbing season is closely approaching, we’re sharing some conditioning […]

The Basics of Degenerative Joint Disease

By Dr. Steven Allday Also referred to as Osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease is characterized by inflammation of a joint due to deterioration of the cartilage at the end caps of the contacted bones. The amount of destruction of this cartilage determines the degree of arthritis and arthritic changes to the joint and has tremendous bearing […]

Winter Blanketing 101

By Christian Ackman As horse owners and care takers, we always want to do what is best for our horses. This is especially true in the winter. We are cold, so surely the horses are too, right? While it makes sense to us, that is not always the case. We have put together some blanketing […]