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horse grooming, pet grooming, animal grooming, grooming gloves
horse grooming, pet grooming, animal grooming, grooming gloves

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Groom after your horse exercises! Most of us diligently groom our horses before we tack up and ride. After a ride is a particularly nice time to do this, for several reasons! You horse might like a post exercise massage. Who wouldn’t? You will be able to…
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4 Myths about Shiny Horses! There’s an old saying in the horse show world – BLOOM. This is the look of a shiny, well fed, and happy horse with a sparkle in his eye. Part looks, part personality. But there are a lot of myths about shiny horses… which we…
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Horses are amazingly adept at dealing with winter weather! Their coats are designed to keep them warm and dry, and for the most part being outside in a downpour can be just fine. The outer layer of hair allows the water to run off your horse. There’s also…
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This doesn’t make much sense…at first. In the US, we define the start of winter as the 21st of December. Around that time, and sometimes on the 21st itself, we have the winter solstice. This is the day where we have maximum darkness and minimum daylight.…
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Rain rot is a commonly used phrase to describe a flaky, scabby skin infection in horses. We sometimes call it a fungus, but it’s really a bacterial infection from the Dermatophilus Congolensis bacteria. We call it rain rot because it typically occurs on…
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It’s no doubt clear that most horses benefit from grooming – they get clean, they get a nice little massage, there’s some bonding time going on. But it really goes beyond those benefits – and if you invest a little time and patience, you will start to see…
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