Horses and their owners connect through experiences and the time they share together. So, what better way to bond with your horse than through tasty food? By offering your favorite furry friend some homemade goodness, you can show you appreciate them and respect them – and that can go a long way for your relationship.
February is here and love is in the air! Our four-legged friends are always there to listen to us and snuggle us when we need it the most. They give us love every single day, so Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to show them just how much we love and appreciate them.
Do you struggle with motivation to exercise? Committing to any new lifestyle transformation—getting fit, improving yourself, creating more life balance or losing weight. It isn’t always easy, but it’s worth it!
The history of the Bernese Mountain Dog is that it was a farm dog of the midland regions of Switzerland. They were primary used as a companion and watchdog to farmers and their families. These beautiful-looking Swiss farm dogs takes his name from the area of Bern, where he likely originated.
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.
Dehydration in horses during the winter is more of an issue than most people tend to think. Horses tend to be thirstier in the winter. A horse’s thirst mechanism does not always work as effectively in the winter as it does in the summer, especially if the humidity is high.
Christmas is known as the season to be jolly and it is a great time for family, friends, and fun. However, it can also be a significant source of stress and pressure, and a never-ending to-do list. Christmas and the holidays can be a massively busy time.