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31
Jan

Budweiser Clydesdales getting ready for their time to shine

Check out this amazing footage of the Budweiser clydesdales in training for their spot in the Superbowl Commercial.  Typically horses of this size and breed do not do difficult dressage moves but with lots of training, anything is possible! Read more »

31
Jan

Tiffany Horseshoe Give Away

This one is simple!

LIKE – SHARE – WIN

If you ‘like’ the DePaolo Equine Concepts Facebook page you are automatically entered to win a sterling silver Tiffany horseshoe necklace.  The only catch is that we have to reach 1800 ‘likes’ by Valentine’s Day so you must share the contest with your friends in hope that they also ‘like’ and ‘share’ to help meet our goal.

Who doesn’t love a present in a little blue box?

31
Jan

Super Duper Dip Recipes

A few months ago we posted one of our favorite dip recipes, the Jalapeño Popper Dip.  This one is great for a Super Bowl Party but we thought we would add a few more to the mix.  We haven’t tried the Buffalo Chicken Dip from Read more »

30
Jan

Cushing’s Syndrome in Horses – Diagnosis & Treatment

Mark DePaolo, DVM explains the commons diagnostic tests for Cushing’s Syndrome. Dr. DePaolo shows how these tests are harmful and unnecessary. By addressing chronic stress, proper nutrition and supplementation to support the Endocrine System, it is easy to see if the signs of Cushing’s Syndrome subside without having to administer a test or give your horse harmful prescription drugs. Read more »

23
Jan

When the city and country collide

Zach Braff’s daydream of a “cozy barn floating above the city” came to fruition in his newly renovated New York City apartment.  The cozy and rustic flat which was captured in New York Magazine is a Braff’s creation with the help of architect Michael Davis.   Read more »

22
Jan

Recommended Diet For Horses With Cushing’s Sydrome

Dr. Mark DePaolo explains how diet and nutrition have the single greatest impact on a horse’s health. It is very important for a horse with Cushing’s Syndrome to be on a low glycemic index, moderate protein, high fat diet. Read more »

21
Jan

Cushing’s Sydrome in horses and its symptoms

Mark DePaolo, DVM explains how the over-stimulation of the adrenal glands results in the symptoms diagnosed as Cushing’s Syndrome. Dr. DePaolo also describes the typical signs of Cushings in horses.  Read more »

17
Jan

How common are ulcers in horses?

Veterinarians who study ulcers say that nearly 90% of our horses have and suffer from gastrointestinal ulceration.  Some symptoms associated with gastrointestinal distress are: Read more »

17
Jan

NRHA Futurity in Oklahoma City

The State Fair Park in Oklahoma City recently released a video promoting the facility and the great sport of reining.  Check it out! Read more »

9
Jan

Dog treat recall

by Associated Press

Posted on January 9, 2013 at 4:29 PM

Updated today at 5:56 PM

NEW YORK — Two makers of pet treats are pulling products from the market because they may contain traces of poultry antibiotics that aren’t approved in the U.S.

Nestle Purina PetCare is taking Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brand dog treats off the market, while Milo’s Kitchen is recalling its Chicken Jerky and Chicken Grillers home-style dog treats. Read more »