Times have changed and our horses and pets are not just pets anymore; they are family. Having a pet aftercare plan has become more common as people want a memorable way to say goodbye to their pets. Christine Johnson of Eden Memorial Pet Care gets us up to speed on Pet Aftercare trends.
After finding a lost horse along the Highway, Sarah asks, “Why don’t people take measures to keep identification on their horses like they do the rest of their pets?” Here are some Horse ID options researched by Sarah Williams.
Grooming is more than simply getting the dirt out of the horse’s coat so the tack won’t irritate the skin. Grooming is communication. Sharon Jantzen explores the benefits of grooming your horse while developing the art of horsemanship in you.
You have probably already wanted to say, “buzz off” to irritating bugs. By all accounts, this year is going to be a bad one in terms of insects, so let’s get a handle on things now! Sarah Williams provides tips and products to say “buzz off” to bugs on our horses and ourselves.
You can’t get around the fact that ticks need a “food truck” and our horses, dogs and even ourselves fit that bill. The ticks seem to be out in abundance this year so Sharon Jantzen gives us a game plan for eradicating ticks from our horses, pets and ourselves.