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Win a 360 Multi-Pet Water Fountain

Labor Day has come and gone, but temperatures are still high – and besides, your pet needs to stay hydrated 365 days a year. That’s why we’re giving you a chance to win a PetSafe Drinkwell 360 Stainless Steel Fountain! You can shop our full selection of fountains and bowls for dogs and for cats […]

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Demystifying Fly Spray Ingredients

With so many fly care options available, it can be challenging to determine the best options for your horse. Let us help demystify the many different ingredients and formulations of fly repellents available to horse owners today. And remember, you don’t have to stick to just one method. Sometimes you will get the best effectiveness […]

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6 Summer Pupsicle Recipes to Help Cool Down Fido

Happy Summer everyone! The temperatures have been climbing here in New England, and keeping cool is everyone’s number one priority – including our pets’. What better way to do this than with pupsicles! Take your pup’s favorite ingredients, blend them together, pour them into a popsicle mold (like this set we found on Amazon.com) and […]

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What’s in My Bag: Equestrian Edition

While you may have seen magazine features showing the insides of celebrities’ purses and tote bags, we all know how many wild things can be found inside the bag of an equestrian! Some of our employees let us dig around in their bags to show you just what kinds of surprises we’re carrying around! This […]

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Doughnut Day 2018

Happy National Doughnut Day!

The first Friday in June is National Doughnut Day in the United States. While it was first created to help raise the spirits of soldiers coming back from World War I, today it’s a day to celebrate one of the world’s best loved confectioneries. While we can stop by just about any local bakery and […]

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The Road to Kentucky: Part I

In a competition of 794 trainers and $100,000 of prize money up for grabs, horse-rider teams need to be en pointe to get a piece of the pie. The challenge is heightened by the fact that the competing horses all have 10 months of training or less, and are recently retired from their careers as […]

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Equine Lyme Disease

Written by Dr. Kathleen Giguere and Dr. Katy Raynor Borrelia is a subdivision of bacteria, that causes disease which is transmitted by ticks and lice. It is common in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States within the equine population. What’s more, in New England, 45% of horses have Borrelia antibodies (antibiodies indicate infection or exposure). To determine […]

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How Carb-Heavy Is Your Pet’s Diet?

Dogs and cats are carnivores, as their ancestors were before them. Starting with their saliva and continuing through the digestive process, they do not easily digest processed foods that are packed with carbohydrates and fillers. In fact, a leading cause of obesity and diabetes in pets is a diet with too many carbohydrates. You can learn […]

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