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The Stay-At-Home Dog’s Day

Daily Walk Schedules You Stick To! Just like you need things to look forward to, your pup thrives on a schedule they can count on. Even though a small lap around the courtyard or romp through the woods doesn’t seem… Continue Reading →

Methocarbamol Powder: Our Pharmacy Spotlight

As most owners of competitive sport horses know, prescription drug therapies, in conjunction with a quality diet and supplements, are a major factor in keeping our horses feeling and performing their best. While there are many prescription medications you might… Continue Reading →

4 Ways to Buck the Winter Blues!

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If your riding routine feels dull from mid-winter weariness, its time to pamper your pony— and yourself— with a new regimen! Whether you’re feeling tired of cold hands while riding, or your horse is becoming restless in his stall, don’t be afraid to mix things up. Trying out a different grooming tool or adding a fun distraction to your horse’s stall could bring some sunshine to both you and your equine’s winter routine!

A Full-Body Clean Even in the Winter

As we reach the middle of the winter season, relentlessly cold weather can prevent us from full-body bathing and giving our horse’s coat the attention it needs. Much like human skin, horses coats become dry in the winter and need extra nourishment from shampoo and conditioner.

FarmVet Favorite: Equithrive Complete Joint Pellets

Do you ever tire of adding powder supplements to your horse’s daily servings of grain? Are unpalatable powder supplements causing your horse to refuse grain? Do you have concerns that all that pricey powder is going to waste? Equithrive, the… Continue Reading →

The Difficulty of a Bending Line

How much bend do you want to put in the line? There are so many options, and a lot of times, you have to see how you ride the first jump to make your decision on the number of strides (that is unless you are jumping over 1.20m, then you better have a good plan!). 

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