Keeping Warm: the Human Side

Does this sound familiar? You're standing in the SmarkPak clearance loft chortling over the deal you just got on an 84" Rhino blanket. Just $97? You run to the checkout before someone else can grab that last, heavyweight blanket out of your hands. Fast forward a few days when you are standing in Nordstrom's Rack …

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The Road to Recovery after the Lilac Fire

https://www.facebook.com/SanDiegoUnionTribune/videos/10155881912586113/ Horse trainer Joe Herrick and Lovely Finish, his filly, who were both burned at the San Luis Rey Downs Training Center in Bonsall on December 7 during the Lilac fire. The trainer lost six other horses in the fire but he and Lovely Finish managed to escape together, although both suffered extensive burns. Herrick …

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Treating Your Horse for Lyme: 4 Things You Should Know

So, it's official. Freedom has Lyme disease. The second round of blood tests were positive both for the SNAP test and the Cornell Multiplex. He's symptoms indicated Lyme but it's always nice to know you are treating something.  As we embark on his treatment, I thought I'd share with you some of the things I've …

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