When to Use a Conditioner

Conditioners should always be used after shampooing our pets to replace the oils, or sebum, that we removed during bathing. But not all conditioners are …

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How Hair, Skin, and the Sebum Layer Protect Our Pets

Skin is the largest organ of the body and is a barrier. This barrier protects the body by keeping bad things out while keeping the …

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Jumpy Horse?

Do you find your horse exceptionally jumpy? Or acting like something is bothering him but you can’t figure out why? He was fine before you …

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Mane & Tail Basics

Mane and tail care is very important in maintaining the overall beauty of our horses (not to mention critical for defense against flies). But often, …

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Caring for a Horse’s Coat

Caring for our horse’s skin and coat is often ignored, or at least underemphasized. The skin is the largest organ of the body and should …

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Growing Mane & Tail on a Horse

It seems like once a horse loses mane and tail, it takes forever to regain the most stunning attributes of your horse! Good news! Mineral …

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Horses are not Big Dogs

Some people think of horses like they think of dogs when it comes to bathing and therapy.  However they are very different as their skin …

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Noses Calluses

Nose calluses are common in many of our small and short nosed breeds. Like human hands, the callus builds as a response to chronic irritation …

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Judy Cremone

Thank you so much. Cant wait to sell. We love iv sanbernard. We have been working with [Suzanne] since august. Heres our pup. He looks …

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