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Nightshade poisoning in Horses

There is a whole list of wild plants that have been found to be poisonous to horses. One of the more common and especially toxic types is the deadly nightshade plant, or Atropa Belladonna. Horses will usually avoid eating poisonous […]

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Healing Power of Raw Honey for Dogs

Raw honey tastes so good! Its also good for us – and our dogs. It is one of the best superfoods, its packed with nutrients and other compounds that have healing properties. Honey is among the most powerful natural remedies, […]

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The Gypsy Vanner Breed

The Gypsy Cob, also known as The Irish Cob, Gypsy Horse, or Gypsy Vanner, is a type of domestic horse. They were first bred by the Romanichal’s (Gypsies) of Great Britain. This horse was selectively bred for over half a […]

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Canine Allergies

Allergies are a disease in which the immune system (the body’s protection system) reacts abnormally to substances such as fleas, pollen’s, mold spores, mites, and certain foods. Allergies are an over-reaction of the dog’s immune system; specific white blood cells […]

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Keeping your Horse Hydrated this Summer

The amount of water your horse drinks each day really depends on several things. At rest, an average sized horse (1000 pounds) drinks between 8 to 10 gallons of water each day. When its hot or humid outside, your horse […]

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Dogs and Fireworks: Keeping them safe

During this time of the year there is so much happening, but we need to take a moment before we head off to celebrate and think of our dog’s safety.  Fireworks can be fun for humans, but dogs don’t have […]

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