Category Archives: Talk to the Animals

Best Fall Feed for Your Horse

As summer changes into fall, so too do your horse’s dietary needs change. Adjusting the feed you offer to better meet your horse’s fall nutritional needs is essential to help your animal transition smoothly into the new season. How Seasonal Changes Affect Diet There are many changes in late summer and early fall that impact […]

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Anaplasmosis in Your Herd

Anaplasmosis, also known as yellow-bag or yellow fever, is a potentially deadly disease that affects cattle most frequently from late spring through fall. Understanding this disease is critical to be sure you can recognize any danger signs in your herd and prevent the infection’s spread. About Anaplasmosis Anaplasmosis is an infectious blood disease spread by […]

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Tasty Toys for Your Flock

Giving your chickens a food-based toy or two can be great entertainment not only for the flock, but also for you as you watch their crazy antics when they discover the treat. But what types of tasty toys are suitable and how can you incorporate them into your birds’ diet? The Importance of Toys A […]

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Talk to the Animals

Longer days, warmer weather, and weekends spent romping with your furry friends are all signs that spring is upon us!

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Puppy-Proofing Your Home

Puppies are energetic and mischievous pets that require your protection to ensure their safety. Be sure to keep all poisonous substances up high and safely out of puppies’ reach. This would include cleaning products, insecticides, medications and many common houseplants. Cover all waste cans or secure them behind a tightly closed door; it is amazing […]

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Our Pets – All That Love and Health Benefits too!

Helper animals, such as guide dogs for the blind, and seizure alert dogs offer obvious benefits to humans. However, the average domestic pet, such as a dog, cat, or even a goldfish, can provide health benefits to their owners. Pets not only provide unconditional love and affection, they can ease loneliness, reduce stress, and encourage exercise. Caring for a pet may even help us to live longer.

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