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Imagine being able to help your dog, cat, or horse heal their body naturally. VetCur does just that by providing essential nutrition the body requires to heal itself from the inside out. No chemicals, no genetically modified organisms (GMOs), these are just natural herbs that nature would have provided in the animal’s natural habitat.

New from Purica, the makers of the well-known Recovery EQ, is H.A. 300, an extra strength hyaluronic acid supplement created to support joint health and function. Each serving of H.A. 300 contains 300 mg of HA which is a natural lubricating compound for both joint and skin health.

An adult horse’s body is comprised of approximately 70 percent water, and all bodily functions depend on the conductivity of fluids in and around cells. Because electrolytes conduct electricity and manage all bodily fluids, good health depends upon correct electrolyte levels working properly in order to maintain optimum balance in the body. Proper electrolyte activity keeps horses hydrated for improved general health and performance.

Out Of The Wild. When cattle rancher Henry McBride falls asleep at the wheel of his truck and drives off an embankment killing his wife and son, his life is shattered into an endless guilt-ridden torment dulled only by booze. Leaving everything behind, he drifts for years, earning just enough for the next tank of gas and the next bottle of whiskey.

The Jo Grant mysteries Book 2 - For those who love mystery novels and horses, here’s a book that is absolutely compelling. Set in the beautiful horse country of Kentucky, Behind the Bonehouse by Sally Wright is the second in a series of Jo Grant mysteries that began with Breeding Ground.

A long-time resident at Triple R Ranch, Caddie is a stocky, powerful horse who has seen many other horses in his herd come and pass on. Many of them have come from places where they were neglected, abused, or needed to be rescued. And some came because they needed to be retrained for a new career.

Achieve Straightness, Suppleness & Stamina in the Saddle - “The rider influences the horse in ways beyond most people’s immediate perception, and the way a rider uses her body greatly impacts the way the horse is enabled or blocked from using his,” writes Sansom. “The new integrated structure involves both species in a way that goes well beyond the simple application of aids by the rider and performance of actions by the horse.”

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