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The Dog Days Of Summer

I would like to introduce you to two very important team members at DEC…

Remington, CSO (Chief Security Officer) and napping extraordinaire:






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Hauling Stress – Part 1

Competition is heating up as we move into the summer months. Many horses will transition from small schooling shows to regional and national events lasting 3 days or more. Horses will be hauled thousands of miles in a short amount of time to participate in multiple events in the hopes of winning big paychecks. Read more »


Help your horse combat equine ulcers

Do you want to Excel this show season?

Veterinarians who study ulcers say that nearly 90% of our horses have and suffer from gastrointestinal ulceration.

Some symptoms associated with gastrointestinal distress are:

  • Ulcers
  • Weight loss
  • Diarrhea
  • Body soreness (especially over the low back/lumbar area)
  • Cribbing
  • Sensitivity over the sides (especially over the last rib)
  • Acting “cinchy”

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Shoo Fly

The long hot days of summer bring flies and other biting insects to the barn.  These pests have a mission to BUG you and your horse!

Not only just a general nuisance, but insects can also transmit illnesses and create serious skin irritations.  Below are some holistic and non-chemical ways you can take action against these pesky pests. Read more »


Do You Have Competition Anxiety?

Do you feel like you need to alleviate anxiety during competition so you can concentrate better?  Would you like to enhance your mental clarity? How about calming your nerves?  Then you should try the Focus Ear Magnets! Read more »


Cowboy Boots For Summer

Round toe, square toe, snip toe, pointed toe….There are so many choices these days when it comes to women’s cowboy boots. The good news is that you really can’t go wrong this summer.

Here are some styles that are hot this summer. As you can see, it is all about Read more »