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What to include in a basic pet first aid kit

April 21, 2017
Vetericyn
Be prepared for minor issues at home with a basic pet first aid kit. When we bring a new pet home, one of the first things we try to do is “pet proof” our homes. We make sure that our...
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So Cal Corgi Beach Day Spring 2017

April 14, 2017
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Dressed to impress! We took part in Corgi Beach Day at Huntington Beach, California on April 8th, 2017. Corgi Beach Day is organized by So Cal Corgi Nation, a group of Corgi enthusiasts and their low-riding canine friends. The event...
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How therapy horses are helping disabled children at Southern Reins

The team doing great things for kids at Southern Reins. Southern Reins Center of Equine Therapy is an organization in Memphis, Tennessee whose mission it is to “provide equine activities and therapeutic riding to individuals with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities...
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What you may NOT know about spaying or neutering your pet

February 25, 2017
Vetericyn
You’ve probably heard it before, but it’s worth repeating: It’s vitally important that you spay or neuter your pet. Important Facts About Having Your Pet Spayed or Neutered One of the most important reasons to spay/neuter your dog or cat...
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Horse trainer Clinton Anderson explains the importance of creating draw with young horses

Guest Post: Clinton Anderson on encouraging your foal to investigate you

February 18, 2017
Vetericyn
Horse trainer and clinician Clinton Anderson explains the importance of creating draw with young horses. When training horses, you must balance drive and draw. Drive is the horse’s desire to move away from you, and draw is the horse’s desire...
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