How to Determine Why Your Horse Has a Bad Attitude Before and During Rides

If you recently bought a horse, you may not be savvy in determining the cause of behavioral issues. While it's true that some horses just don't want to be ridden no matter who you are or how much training they've had, bad behavior can sometimes be caused by ill-fitted tack or discomfort. If your horse doesn't show bad behavior when being tacked up, you could see poor behavior come out while you are in the saddle, and that is a sure-fire way to get bucked off. [Read More]

Three Houseplants That Are Dangerous For Your Dog

Getting a dog for the first time is a big adjustment. Before your new dog comes home, you need to dog-proof your home so that they can't hurt themselves. Homes contain many hazards that may surprise you, including houseplants. Here are three houseplants that are dangerous for dogs. Amaryllis Amaryllis plants are a common sight in homes around the holiday season, but unfortunately, they're toxic for dogs. Fortunately, they also taste bad, so dogs don't usually eat enough of the plant to get seriously sick. [Read More]

Signs Your Dog Has An Ear Infection: What To Look Out For

As a dog owner, you always want to be sure that you are doing everything that you possibly can to keep your dog as happy and healthy as possible. However, just like being a parent to a human child, they may suffer from illnesses and infection in spite of all of your diligent efforts. One of the issues that most dog owners do not realize their beloved pet can suffer from is an ear infection. [Read More]

5 Signs You Can Use To Determine The Health Of Your Pet Iguana

Iguanas may be a popular pet to have because of their friendly demeanor and social tendencies, but they can be a little more difficult to diagnose as being unhealthy by the untrained pet owner. If you are the first-time owner of an iguana, there are five signs you can use to make sure your pet is thriving and healthy: 1. Appetite – The healthy iguana will eat often, especially when he is young and still growing. [Read More]