In episode 102 we discuss the state of Thoroughbreds and the need to bring them back into the sport horse industry; in Tiggipedia we discuss the differences between flax and chia; Critter Nutrition focuses...
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A French study on stalled horses sparks a lively discussion on environmental enrichment for horses, in Tiggipedia we discuss which foods are helpful for horses in winter, Critter Nutrition focuses on sourcing ingredients, and...
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Join Healthy Critters Radio, when we discuss making your Christmas puppy a good citizen, Pati shares winter grooming tips, in Critter Nutrition we focus on equine stress and in Coffee Klatch we share our...
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Episode 54 brings you discussion on whether we’re breeding better horses in the 21st century, Tiggipedia focuses on cold weather tips for horses, Critter Nutrition covers foods that support the immune system, and in coffee klatch we choose what animal we’d like to reincarnate into. Expert Corner: Are we breeding better horses in the 21st ...[Read Full Article]
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We dogs know that after the Day of the Turkey, things can get a little crazy in the human world until the day of the new year when normalcy begins to return. Humans can get a little uptight, stressed, frantic or depressed during the holidays, so it is up to us to help them out.
The Christmas tree:
It is so thoughtful of humans to put a tree in the house and decorate it for the cats. I don’t know why it’s not called a Catmas tree. Last year Buckaroo tried herding the cats around the Christmas tree, causing one cat to climb it, which sent these little glass orbs crashing to the floor. Can I say the human was not pleased? Also the tree is not for emergency urination or for leaving a message to another dog in the household.