Category Archive for "Farm & Ranch"

Dr. Pol

11 Questions With Dr. Pol

October 3, 2017
Vetericyn
The star of Nat Geo Wild’s “The Incredible Dr. Pol” and a big believer in Vetericyn products, answers our questions. We had a chance to ask Dr. Jan Pol some questions in between shooting new episodes of his hit Nat Geo Wild...
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Disaster Preparedness for Pets

A little planning can help you and your pet remain safe during a disaster. The month of September is National Preparedness Month. It is part of Ready.gov, a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower people to prepare...
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What to Put in Your Equine First Aid Kit

September 8, 2017
Vetericyn
It’s not a question of if your horse will get hurt, it’s a question of when. Horses have a way of hurting themselves, no matter how carefully you house, ride and handle them. Knowing equine first-aid is a good idea...
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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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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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