How often should you bathe your horse? Should you wash them when it is cold – or even hot – outside? Today’s post will explore
It’s a stressful time right now for the whole new world!
But for our pets, it’s just another day as they are blissfully ignorant of the current world events. Perhaps it’s time to learn mindfulness from your pets!
Consistent Equine Grooming Is Critical for Your Horse’s Health!
Maintaining a regular grooming routine year-round helps ensure proper shedding and new hair growth!
Check out our 20-Piece Equine Tack Shop Start Kit to make grooming your horse easier, faster and more comfortable!
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With freezing temperatures and dry winter air, the air inside our homes becomes even drier and that means winter challenges for our pets. The Grooming
February is the month of love and National Cat Health Month! It’s the purr-fect time to show your feline some extra love! Below are the
From January 21 until 24, International Hoof Care Week focuses on proactive hoof care education. The Importance of Good Hoof Health and Care International Hoof
Did You Know?
ALL dogs are born with dew claws on their front legs. But some K9 breeds also have REAR dew claws!
Learn about the breeds who have an extra set of dew claws below under “Breed Focus!”
K9 breeds who have rear dew claws also share 3 other common traits:
Large to Giant Breeds
From snowy, mountainous regions
Great Pyrenean Mountain Dog: Descended from historical European dog breeds and used for guarding sheep and livestock
Saint Bernard: Mountain rescue dogs from Switzerland
Beauceron: French working breed for herding and guarding livestock
Briard: French working breed for herding and guarding sheep
Anatolian Shepherd Dog: Known as the Turkish Mountain Dog
Catalan Sheepdog: Spanish working breed for herding and guarding sheep
Estrela Mountain Dog: Also known as the Portuguese Shepherd Dog for guarding and watchdogs for farms and homes
The Secret Behind the EquiGroomer's Success
The EquiGroomer is a simple tool that gently removes loose hair and dander from your pet’s coat leaving it incredibly soft, smooth and shiny. The blade’s teeth incorporate tiny barbs that only grab the scaly, dry and loose hair so there’s no pulling, discomfort or damage to the skin or coat.
The teeth are extremely short so they never touch the skin regardless of the animal’s coat type. The blade only grabs the dry, scaly hair leaving the healthy hair behind. Daily use actually improves the quality of your pet’s coat.
DURABLE and LONG-LASTING
The EquiGroomer’s solid wood handle is coated with a tough lacquer finish that easily wipes clean. The hardened steel blade is coated with a protective coating to help prolong its life.
The EquiGroomer is perfect for animals with sensitive skin or those who hate being groomed. They’ll just think they’re being petted which will leave you both feeling good!
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