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May is for Maintenance: How to Keep Your Eventer Going All Season

As summer grows closer, eventing season is in full-swing. One of the most physically demanding equestrian disciplines, eventing requires intensive conditioning and preparation well before you find yourself on a cross country course. While spending the winter conditioning your horse is essential, it’s important to make sure that their fitness level can be sustained. Assessing […] Read more »

Top 5 Things To Do in Maryland

Springtime is located in Cockeysville, Maryland in Baltimore County and after 40 years of being around town, we know some of the best things that Baltimore has to offer!Here is a list of the top 5 attractions to see while in Baltimore, Maryland. We are sure they will keep you coming back and back again! […] Read more »

How Can I Incorporate More Natural Products Into My Dog’s Lifestyle?

If you are interested in living a healthier life, why not take your pets along for the ride? Taking a natural approach regarding what you feed your dogs daily, and what you give to them as supplements, is a step in the right direction. Making the decision to provide your pup a great lifestyle that […] Read more »

Not Every Horse Needs a Blanket

When winter temps plunge, you layer on extra clothing to keep your body warm when you’ll be outside for an extended period of time. Should you do the same for your horse? You know that you’ve seen others blanket select horses though, so what factors must be considered before blanketing your horses? It’s best to […] Read more »

Can Horses Eat Celery?

Can horses eat celery? Not only is the answer yes, but horses actually love celery. Celery is one vegetable that is safe for horse consumption, and when given as a treat, it supplements your horse’s regular diet with beneficial vitamins and minerals. Unlike humans who discard its leaves and munch on the celery’s stalk, horses […] Read more »

The Dangers of Chemical-Based Medications and Sprays For Your Pets

As the weather gets warmer, the insects return. While many insects are harmless to our pets, others are considered “biting insects” and can latch on to our pets’ fur and skin, causing irritation, wounds, allergic reactions and even disease. Biting insects include fleas, ticks, flies and gnats, and many pet owners resort to harsh, chemical-laden […] Read more »

The Benefits of Bee Pollen For Horses, Dogs, and People

You’ve arguably heard a lot of buzz (no pun intended) regarding this popular superfood you’ve seen in health food stores and at your favorite smoothie shop: bee pollen. From supporting the immune system, to promoting sources of energy, to even aiding in digestion, bee pollen is a powerhouse superfood that can help enhance the health […] Read more »

Signs of Joint Discomfort in Dogs

Dog owners should keep a eye out for signs of pain affecting their pets’ joints. Joint pain should never be ignored or shrugged off as only being a part of the aging process, because the problem will only get worse if left untreated. Conditions affecting canine joints can result in deterioration that could severely affect […] Read more »

Here is How to Strengthen Your Bond With Your Pet

If you have a pet, you know they are essentially a part of your family. Especially while we endure this pandemic indoors, they can serve as our closest companions with whom we spend the most time. Ultimately, pets and people have shared close connections for centuries, and holding a bond with your pet can have […] Read more »

Best Cold Weather Dog Breeds

Are you looking for a canine companion that loves winter weather as much as you do? Several dog breeds have coats that can withstand the snow and cold temperatures normal to the northern hemisphere throughout the winter months. Here’s a look at a few of the best breeds suited for these conditions. Several breeds fit […] Read more »