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Health & Wellness

Equine Eye Disease

By Dr. Sarah Witt, BVM&S Finding your horse with a suddenly swollen or changed eye can be a scary sight. Acute eye disease is one of the most common emergencies we get calls about. Horses are often found with one eye so swollen they can’t open it, or it’s dripping…

Foaling Rules of Thumb

By Jed D. McKinlay, DVM at McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital,Newman Lake, WA Hello Friends, As we begin a new year there are all kinds of thoughts and goals and aspirations going through our minds. Those of you who may be reading this probably have some plans with your horses….

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Preparing For Disasters: What You Need To Know

by Heather Kitchen Disasters can happen anytime, anywhere, and it is in your best interest to be prepared in advance. There are three primary focus areas that can assist you in preparing. These areas are Build a Kit, Make a Plan, and Stay Informed. These can be used to prepare…

Connecting The Steering – Shoulder Control 2

By Ann Kirk How did you do with last lesson?  Teaching the shoulder connection is a little hard to explain on paper but when you get the feel of it, it is great!  It produces a lightness as it elevates the withers.  The focus needs to be on softening the…

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Baxter Black

On the Edge of Common Sense – A Horse Matters

By: Baxter Black I like living someplace where a horse matters. There is just some country where horseback is the only way to get the job done. Places where the four-wheeler is a poor second, not to mention a noisy, track-leaving unnatural conveyance. Besides, it’s hard to throw a rope…

Baxter Black- Cowboy Astrological Signs

By: Baxter Black, DVM Astrology is one of those wonderful pseudo-sciences like naturopathy or cattle futures that anybody with an imagination can rapidly become an expert in. I have taken it upon myself to devise my own astrological symbols. If there is some question which sign you were born under,…

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