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Posted on 16th June, 2014

Source: horsetalk.co.nz By Narayan Khalsa on Jun 16, 2014 in Featured, Training & Husbandry A horse with a club foot. And why we wait to ride One of the core principles in Natural Horse Care is allowing a horse to physically develop before mounting them. Little is known or respected in this regard as, all too often, [...]

Posted on 28th April, 2014

Source: Irish Pet News posted 10th April 2014 Ever thought your pet could help solve crimes? Could your dog be the next Scooby Doo? A human footprint in dog poop, a dog hair on a bloody curtain, all you need is some doggy DNA and at the moment animal forensics are cracking cases [...]

Posted on 31st March, 2014

Forming a relationship with a horse is a great opportunity. Not only because horses are another species, and we can learn so much about ourselves and them from the process of developing a mutual communication, but also because we can ride them. This adds a whole new dimension to our relationship, [...]

Posted on 22nd March, 2014

The Hungry Horse Outside, an Equine Rescue Centre based in Co Longford, is pleased to announce they are pursuing a pilot castration, microchip and passport scheme. Offer is currently exclusive to Longford / Leitrim / Roscommon area. The scheme will be in place from March 2014 to May 2014, it will be available to those who own [...]

Posted on 10th March, 2014

Source: (facebook) The Good Vet Guide posted 8th March 2014

Posted on 26th February, 2014

Feb 8, 2014 by Diana White in Womanitely Everyone knows that owning a pet can help reduce stress and improve the quality of life for many owners. Whether you own a cherry shrimp or a Clydesdale, each pet has something unique to offer to their caretakers. In fact, here are 10 things that [...]

Posted on 26th February, 2014

Feb 17, 2014 by Jennifer Houston in Womanitely It doesn’t matter how practical or logical you are otherwise – as you walk past a pet store window, there will always be times when you will want to throw caution away and head in to take that cute little kitten with white paws home [...]

Posted on 26th February, 2014

Feb 10, 2014 by Jennifer Houston in Womanitely Decade after decade, the debate continues – is it good for children to grow up with pets?  There are many positive reasons why children should own pets.  Not only do pets teach children many life skills, they are also wonderful friends. Check out 10 reasons [...]

Posted on 20th February, 2014

About Strangles Copyright © 2008 Strangles.org. All rights reserved.  (Source: http://www.aht.org.uk/strangles.org/about.html) “Empowering people with knowledge gives them the confidence to call their vet at the first sign of infection, which prevents the further spread of disease.” Strangles is the most commonly diagnosed infectious equine disease in the world. [...]

Posted on 17th February, 2014

Animal Facts Source: Science Kids Learning about animals is great fun. Whether it’s endangered African animals, sea animals, wild animals or pets, there are so many amazing types of animals that each have their own characteristics and behaviors. Living in all parts of the world, these animals include cats, dogs, [...]