While no book can replace firsthand experience, sometimes a well-written book by a knowledgeable author can make the process of gaining experience a little easier. When it comes to your dog’s health, the Dog Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook by Debra M. Eldredge, Liisa D. Carlson, Delbert G. Carlson, and James M. Giffin (the first threeContinue reading “Dog Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook”
Today, raw diets for dogs and cats have a dedicated following. Are these diets all they are cracked up to be, or are they overhyped? Let’s examine both sides of the coin.
While commands do vary from handler to handler, the following is a glossary of some of the most common words and phrases used to direct sheepdogs.
Clinton Reservoir is a flood control tool on the Wakarusa River, a water supply for northeast Kansas, and an attraction for almost two million people every year.
It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog. —Mark Twain
If you keep animals long enough, you will eventually become acquainted with some basic veterinary first aid. Here’s a book that can make the learning process a little smoother.
Sheep are not the limit when it comes to producing fiber. Some of these alternative fibers may surprise you.
Both internal and external parasites can be the bane of a livestock owner’s existence. They make your animals’ lives miserable, increase the risk of disease, reduce performance, and just look nasty. Unfortunately, drugs are proving to be increasingly ineffective as parasites adapt to modern chemicals. Isn’t there some natural remedy out there that will consistentlyContinue reading “Diatomaceous Earth and Parasite Control”