Keep Your Dogs Cool This Summer: How and Why?

dog collar manufacturers, dog bed distributors, pet bed distributorsAs is true in the wintertime, if you are feeling cold, so is your dog, the opposite is true in summer: if you are feeling the heat so is the pooch. Here are some ways to keep your four-legged friend comfortable and cool this summer whether they will be at home with you or joining you on a tropical holiday.

How to Take Good Care of Leather Equestrian Equipment

saddle manufacturers, equestrian equipment, horse saddlesLeather is a popular material for horse tack and equestrian equipment because it offers good grip, is flexible enough to break in for a rider’s comfort and is exceedingly durable when properly maintained. This article will act as a guide to taking care of your leather equestrian equipment in order to maintain its functionality, durability and potential resale value.

The Use of Over Reach Boots for Horses

horse equipment shops, equestrian equipment, riding gearWhat is Overreaching?

Overreaching is when a horse snags or “grabs” their front heels with the toes of their hind legs which may result in injury. The area that sustains this injury is usually the delicate heel and pastern of the horse, so cuts and abrasions on these areas can become a cause for concern. Overreaching commonly occurs during fast-paced exercise and jumping, although it can occur while walking under certain circumstances.

Which to Buy? The Difference between Chaps and Gaiters

In the equestrian world there are numerous ranges of horse equipment to buy for both you and your horse, it is important to know the different purposes and benefits that the each offers you before making a purchase. Many riders get confused when purchasing equestrian wear as they are often uncertain as to what purpose each item serves and what the differences are between similar products.

Saddle Geek Guide: Tips for Keeping your New Saddle in Top Condition

There are two main components to maintaining the condition of your new saddle, suitable storage, and regular cleaning. Once you have bought your new saddle, preferably from top-quality saddle manufacturers, you’re going to want to immediately start with a stringent care routine in order to preserve the condition and lifetime of the saddle.

A saddle is an investment, and often the most expensive item of your equine gear, you therefore want your saddle to last for a long time to come, or at least until your horse grows out of it. Even with heavy use, a saddle will remain in good condition if you adhere to the two basic principles, cleaning and storage.