Mane pulling is an important practice for many horse owners. Often enough we are inundated with techniques to pull a horse's mane and get the same desired effect.
We know there's a right and a wrong way to do everything, so we thought we'd bring you this great video on how to properly pull a mane.
Featuring 21st Century Horsemanship's very own Jeff Claxton.
Watch as he shows us how to prevent and handle an excited horse.
Apitherapy is the method of using bee products for disease prevention or treatment. Honeybees produce honey, pollen, propolis, royal jelly, and beeswax all of which are used by people for nutrition, immune system support, treatment of a variety of ailments, skin care, and healing of open wounds.
The sacroiliac joint is a location where the horses back and pelvis meet. It transfers the action of his hind legs to his back, translating the push into forward motion. The sacroiliac joints are stabilized by strong ligaments that join the iliac bones to the sacrum and to the backbone.
Is the cold, frigid winter making it hard for you to get out and walk your dog? January is Walk Your Dog Month and what better way to kick start you and your dog’s New Year’s Resolutions by getting out in the great outdoors and getting active and healthy.