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5 Signs Your Dog Is a Cat

Is your dog a cat
If the animal you thought was a dog displays these 5 cat characteristics, you in fact have a feline in your lap: 1. Curiosity Does your dog ever just sniff your face? It’s gentle and sweet, but also wet. When cats sniff up close and personal, it is due to their curiosity in you and […] Read more »

Changing Our Behaviors for Equine Welfare

As caregivers, we often take the lead when it comes to ensuring our horses are happy and healthy, but by holding the reins,are we adjustingthem to our wants and needs, or are we adjusting totheirs? To enhance equine welfare, changing our actions and habits is a necessary first step, although not an easy one. Debbie […] Read more »

The Importance of Properly Pedicured Pooches

Proper nail maintenance is an important part of dog health, as the paw’s power comes from the nail. The do-it-yourself approach to trimming dog nails can be done, but it does come with risk, which is why many dog owners prefer to have it done by a professional. This spring, Springtime wants all paws to […] Read more »

5 Tips to Help Adopted Dogs Adjust to their New Homes

If you’re considering opening your home to a dog, open your heart to the idea of adopting. When you adopt you might be saving a life (and it just might be your own). Every time you take a new companion home, the organization can accept another animal to treat and care for. Each year, approximately […] Read more »

5 Travel Tips for Your Horse

Trailering your horse
Whether you’re moving south for the winter or bringing another four-legged family member home to your farm for spring, you will have to consider transportation for your horse. The more preparation that goes into trailering your horse, the easier and safer the travel will be. Below is a list of five important tips to consider […] Read more »

Top 5 Rainy-Day Games For You and Your Pooch

Games for Rainy Days
April showers eventually bring May flowers, but in the meantime we get very cooped-up pooches, so here is a list of five dog games for rainy days: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> 1. Hide & Seek This classic game is excellent for practicing your pup’s waiting skills, as well […] Read more »

The Benefits of Sea Salt

We can finally list at least one thing that’s both tasty and healthy: let’s talk about the benefits of sea salt. Genuine sea salt is composed of naturally occurring sodium along with potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and trace elements. This mineral-rich salt is often used as a source of electrolytes. It has become increasingly harder […] Read more »

Children’s Cognitive Abilities Enhanced by Horseback Riding

Saddle up your child to strengthen their smarts. A study by Mitsuaki Ohta, a professor at the Tokyo University of Agriculture, proves that memory, learning, and problem-solving are all boosted benefits of horseback riding. The Correlation A horse’s movements create vibrations that activate the equestrian’s sympathetic nervous system while riding. This is where Ohta proved, […] Read more »

The Top 5 Luxury Dog Houses

dog mansion
Depending on the size of your dog, an average dog house can run you from $50 to $100. But if your dog is bringing in that Lassie money, consider these extravagant dog houses that are available for purchase. * 1. Cape Cod Cozy Dog Kennel – $6,989.96 Made by the Little Cottage Company, this dog […] Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Dog (and You)!

Make this year the best year for your dog and you by making a resolution that will make you both happier and healthier. Here are few suggestions that you and your dog can strive for, beginning with this New Year’s Day! Double their walk time How much time does your dog really get outside for […] Read more »