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Is a Snoring Dog Suffering?

Dog snoring and sleeping
We humans know snoring during sleep is common among us, but we also know that it can be a symptom alerting us to an underlying condition. The same goes for dogs. Although it can be quite normal for a dog to snore while sleeping, it can also indicate it’s suffering from a problem. Just like […] Read more »

Do Horses Lie Down to Sleep?

Horses Sleep Standing Up
Have you ever driven by a pasture only to see all the horses’ heads drooping down toward the ground?  You probably assumed horses get all their sleep standing up.  Unless you’ve worked or lived closely with horses, you may not be used to seeing them lying down, but it’s no cause for concern when you […] Read more »

Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

Dog Teech
Keep your dog healthy and yourself happy by regularly brushing your pooch’s teeth.  While you may not mind the smell of puppy breath so much, you’re sure to find an older dog’s breath repulsive if it’s suffering from tooth decay and other dental issues.  Veterinarians offer teeth cleaning services at their offices, but the process […] Read more »

What are Chestnuts on Horses?

Many horse owners are aware that horses have chestnuts. Not as many of them, however, know that horses also have ergots on their legs. What are chestnuts and ergots? Why do horses have them? We’ll answer both of those question and more in this post. What is a Chestnut on a Horse? A chestnut, often […] Read more »

Dogs and Shelters Depend on Volunteers

Are you a dog lover who is looking to make a difference in the lives of animals and in your community? Your local animal shelter needs volunteers like you to help carry out its mission. It is estimated that shelters take in more than 3,000,000 dogs each year. Volunteers make an enormous positive impact at […] Read more »

Horse Movies for Date Night

Once you’ve completed your chores for the evening, you must say goodnight to your horse and take care of your human needs! If you’re ready to kickback and spend some leisure time at home on date night, watch a horse movie alongside a close companion! Sharing your love of horses with the people you care […] Read more »

Holiday Foods Dangerous to Dogs

As you plan your shopping list for your holiday menu, be sure to check your supply of hydrogen peroxide because some of the foods you prepare may be dangerous to your dog. If your fur baby accidentally ingests something potentially hazardous, you may need to induce vomiting to prevent further harm. To prepare for this […] Read more »

Choosing the Right Boarder for Your Dog

As a dog owner, you may have a routine that enables you to be with your pooch every day and night. You may have a lucky dog that’s become a constant traveling companion even when you vacation for weeks at a time. While you may want to believe you and your best friend are inseparable, […] Read more »

Checklist for First-Time Horse Owners

If you’re considering bringing a horse into your life for the first time, it’s wise to create a checklist that will help you organize how you’ll be spending your resources in the years ahead. As you plan your venture, it’s important to take into account the horse’s age, breed, and future purpose as you list […] Read more »

Understanding Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Hip dysplasia is a common condition often found in larger dog breeds, but even small breeds may suffer from it. Owners may notice a problem when the dog is only a few months old, but for some, the issue does not make itself known until adulthood. Understanding what hip dysplasia is, recognizing the symptoms, and […] Read more »