In the February/March 2017 issue of Western Horse & Gun Magazine, I had the privilege to highlight a relationship I have seen grow firsthand. Police K-9 teams undergo a lot of intense training, sometimes mores than typical police officer teams. Not only do they train themselves, but they have to train some of the most … Continue reading Police K-9s: Partners in Duty & In Life
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Botulism in horses is a very misunderstood disease. My current full-time employer actually makes the one (and only) vaccination against botulism Type B, but it isn't a very popular vaccine...yet. In order to combat the misunderstanding of the disease, and the unfamiliarity of the importance of regular botulism vaccinations, I worked with my company to … Continue reading Horse Health–Botulism: More Deadly Than Wrinkles
If you're a horse person, most likely you're also a dog person. Walk around at a horse show, anywhere across the country, and you’ll find dogs of all sizes, breeds, and personalities escorting their four-hooved counterparts. Sometimes, you might wonder if there are more dogs than horses on the fairgrounds. Having a dog as part … Continue reading Dogs + Horses = Perfect Combination
This week I'll be doing some double, or rather triple, timing. I'm currently on my way to Harrisburg, Pa., for the 2014 American Kennel Club National Agility Championships to compete, for the third year in a row, with my Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Dally (registered name: PACH Frontiers HonkyTonkBaDonkADonk RN, AX, AXJ, MXP5, MXPB, MJP5, MJPB, … Continue reading AKC National Agility Championships
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Merry Christmas from my furry family to yours:
Last week my husband and I headed to Versailles, Ky., to volunteer our time for the Woodford Humane Society (WHS). I offered to take some photos of their newest arrivals so they could share them on social media and on PetFinder in hopes that these dogs find a new, forever home before Christmas. I wanted … Continue reading New Arrivals at Woodford Humane Society