Just before you put the money on the counter for your new best friend – sugar glider – be sure that you already have found a veterinarian that will be able to take care of your sugar glider if something goes wrong. The best thing is to ask other SugarRead More →

How often do you see a rider constantly tugging or pulling at their horse. This is like a nagging boss at work who is never happy with what you do. Like most nagging with humans, the same problems exist with horses, the more you nag the less likely you areRead More →

We’ve all heard the claims: if your dog eats chocolate, you might as well start planning the little guy’s funeral, because he or she’s a goner. From an early age, we are told that feeding Fido chocolate will result in him taking a one-way trip to Doggy Heaven. If popularRead More →

If you have a bird in your home, or office you probably spend many hours watching, feeding, and talking to it, and you may even let it out to fly around inside occasionally. And each time it shakes, flaps it wings, or hops from one perch to another, dander (microscopicRead More →

There is a method called inducement, and this means to use compassion and gentleness to gain the respect of your horse. Many trainers think that if you break the horse’s spirit, they will get the animal to do whatever they want. However, this is not the case, if you breakRead More →