Forty years ago, many people didn’t give much thought to what their pets ate. Dogs were routinely fed scraps from the table. Thankfully, we now know much more about what is good for a dog, what can make them very ill, and how to help them with proper digestion and gut health. Follow this list to avoid the naughty foods and you can expect a nice holiday for your special friend!
In the quest for constant improvement, riders often seek the continued training of leading experts in their respective disciplines. But what makes a good trainer? While many are quick to answer “a trainer who is well-known,” finding a trainer who will help you excel in the short–and long-term is more complicated than booking a session with the highest profile person you can locate.
Just look at your “to-do” list as the holidays approach! There’s the shopping, extra cleaning, and preparing for guests—not to mention the decorating and finding the time to catch your favorite holiday movies! Whew! You’re busy!
The holidays can be a magical time filled with family and friends. But, as wonderful as this time of year can be, it can also be perilous for your pet. Check out these tips to keep your dog healthy through all the festivities.
Have you ever stopped to think about an athlete's regular workout routine? Olympians and other professional competitors push their bodies to its maximum potential and continue to improve with each drill, but consider the most crucial component to their day: stretching before and after workouts. We ask the very same thing of our equine companions who are in regular work, and they even carry weight on their back while accomplishing these athletic tasks! This article explains how stretching your horse regularly will produce not only performance gains, but health benefits as well.