The health of a horse’s bones determines its athletic performance and lifespan, so horse owners and trainers need an effective care routine to keep the animals in good health condition. Moreover, horse movements mostly exert pressure on the cartilage which is prone to wear and tear because it continually provides support for bones around a … Continue reading Best joint supplements to improve your horse’s health
There are four globally recognized horse gaits—the walk, trot, gallop and canter. Gaits in dressage are sometimes differentiated according to the rhythmic movements such as the 4-beat walk, the 2-beat trot, and the 3-beat canter. However, each type of horse gaits may be further distinguished. For example, there are collected, medium, free and extended walk … Continue reading Everything you need to know about a horse’s gaits
Do you know that all horses in a herd cannot lie down at the same time, and they sleep while standing? The animals also have the largest eyes among all land mammals. There are more than 300 species of horses around the world used for different purposes, including sport, non-sport and recreational activities. Horse and … Continue reading Horse 101: What do you know about horses?
The UK has its first confirmed case of coronavirus in a pet cat. The cat caught Covid-19 from its owners, who tested positive for the virus, and all of them have since gone on to make full recoveries.But what do we know about the spread of the virus between humans and their pets? Can cats … Continue reading What you need to know about cats, pets and coronavirus
Horses are such fascinating creatures. Even if you never learned to ride one, you could spend your whole life studying them and still have plenty to explore. Here are 22 interesting facts about horses. Horses Sleep Standing Up Yes, horses do sleep standing up! They sleep laying down too, but only for short times. Learn … Continue reading 22 Amazing facts about horses
According to the 2011-2012 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association about 62% of U.S. families own a pet or pets. Pets are not only great companions but have proven to help those with depression, allergies, sickness and overall health of their owners. But they also come with financial responsibilities. We … Continue reading The truth about owning dogs and cats
While their companionship is priceless, there are tangible costs that come along with bringing home a new dog. Ultimately, it depends on factors like the type of dog you get, where you live, where you shop, and what kind of squeaky toys you decide to spring for. But in terms of the necessities, you can expect … Continue reading Average price of 10 most popular pets in the US
Orlando Bloom bought a snake to conquer his fear. The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star is afraid of the reptiles and so decided to have one as a pet and he "really fell in love" with the animal. Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, he said: "I'm afraid of snakes, but I … Continue reading Orlando Bloom bought a snake to conquer anxiety
There are two main cost areas when owning a pet: the initial cost (adoption costs, vaccinations, training, etc.) and then general costs over your pet’s lifetime (food, toys, routine vet visits, etc.) Combining both of these costs together will give you a rough estimate of the lifetime cost of your pet. Even without some of … Continue reading The lifetime cost of a pet
Dogs, cats, turtles, wolves, you name it, someone has had it as a pet. But do you know what the top ten pets are? As you might have guessed dogs are ranked number one closely followed by cats. Personally, I consider dogs to be the best pet, cats, to put it bluntly, just aren’t as … Continue reading What’s your favorite pet?