The Snail That Got Away – my 1st Entrepreneurial Venture Not many people know this, but my first entrepreneurial business when I was 28 years old was as a snail farmer! I was so excited! I joined the Snail Farmers Association of America. My company was called Texcargo (a play on the word Texas and […]
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You’ve likely heard stories about animals warning people about pending natural disasters like tsunamis, avalanches and earthquakes. They seem to have an ability to anticipate disasters and catastrophic events, an ability many animal communicators have known about for years. During the 2004 Thailand tsunami, Bang Keoy villagers admit to seeing a herd of buffalo along […]
Your horse’s healthcare needs change as he ages. Download the Horse Life Calendar to learn more about what horses need during different stages of life for vaccinations, dental care and hoof care. For more detailed information on vaccinations, see the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ vaccination chart >> This article courtesy of HorseChannel.com Bio: Val Heart – Expert […]
Your horse works hard. You work hard. Don’t you both deserve a little pampering and stress relief? A day at the spa could be just the ticket. Spas have been bastions of human relaxation for centuries. Horse spas now offer the same sorts of pampering for our four-legged partners. All at a cost, of course. […]
Helping Pets with Depression and Anxiety Any responsible pet owner will know that their pet can experience as wide a range of emotions as humans. Love, joy, stress and depression are all mental states that can be found in cats, dogs, horses and even fish and mice. Unfortunately, this is still met with skepticism by […]
By : Susan Davis In every issue of WebMD the Magazine, we ask experts to answer readers’ questions about a wide range of topics, including questions about what’s true and not true in the field of pet health. For our July/August 2012 issue, we interviewed a professor of veterinary medicine about what a dog’s nose temperature means […]