To memorialize is to preserve the memories you have for someone special in your life. For many people that could be a family member or friend but in today’s world many times it’s our best furry friend (BFF). So what are some ways to best remember and celebrate your pet’s life? How would you memorialize your pet or horse when that time comes? Christine Johnson of Eden Memorial Pet Care shares her thoughts on memorializing you special pet or horse.
Things can get pretty crazy quickly and you can find yourself at the end of a lead rope with a horse leaping or on the back of a horse bolting. What horsemanship habits should every equestrian develop? Sharon Jantzen shares her thoughts.
Come experience this calming therapy training for yourself and your horse at the BEMER Therapy Workshop for horse and rider on November 16, 2019 at Moondance Ranch in Arroyo Grande. Sharon Jantzen provides the details.
“We’re basically running our horses without our hands on the reins and not looking where we are going!” exclaims Judy Osburn as she half-jokingly describes the thrill of horse archery. Sharon Jantzen catches up with Judy and learns about the sport of horse archery.
“We’ve pretty much been a back-door service where deceased pets are picked up from local veterinary hospitals and we return the cremains back to the hospitals,” describes Christine. The expansion is enlarging the main building to provide for a private room where pet owners can grieve and a receiving room to showcase products such as urns and clay paw/hoof prints. Christine Johnson sits down with Sharon Jantzen and shares the vision behind the Eden Memorial expansion.