Take a moment and look and feel the way that you walk…heel, ball, toe. Now take a look at how your horse is walking and trotting and see which part of the hoof is hitting the ground first. If trimmed correctly they should land heel first and rock to the toe. The heel bulbs and back of frog should touch the ground first because the hoof is designed to have them bare the initial impact and weight of the horse. I am not a barefoot trimmer myself but I have
Geranium is beautiful flowering plant and the oil from this plant has many benefits for our animal companions. Geranium (Pelargonium Graveolens) is a gentle oil that can be used to repel ticks as they do not like the scent of it. A great addition to any natural tick and flea repellent. The scent is sweet and light. It is a great oil to reconnect to your feminine side and useful for females to re-balance hormone. A great oil to use diluted in a carrier oil like cold-pressed sunflower oil for
Who does not like to get a massage? Nothing makes me relax more than a few minutes of massage. Your animals will love it too and it will help them relax. I am going to share a few of my favorite facial massage moves to do that will relax your horse or dog.
The first is to take your hands and at the same time wrap them around the ears of the horse/dog. Start at the base of the ears and use your thumb and forefinger to make little circles tracing