Animal Wellness

September & October 2017: Letting Others Lead

  It seems just when I personally need a life lesson, one of my animals is right there to teach it to me. The past five years of my life have brought many unwelcomed changes to my physical abilities, and frankly, to my husband’s as well. Neither of us has the energy we did just…

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September & October 2017: Moon Blindness

  Moon blindness is the layman’s term for equine recurrent uveitis (ERU). It is the leading cause of blindness in horses and has been known to man since the time of Alexander the Great, when they believed it to be associated with the lunar cycles, giving it the name still being commonly used today. Basically, the eye gets…

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January 2017: Winter’s Hush

Last winter a friend and her husband happened to drop by Dunrovin Ranch in the late afternoon just I was about to begin the evening feeding. They readily offered a hand and were soon involved in the process of spreading hay and moving horses. We went down to the riparian area along the river to…

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October 2016: Animals Blessings

St Francis of Assisi was a Italian Roman Catholic friar who lived from 1182 to 1226. He became one of the most venerated religious figures in all of history. Known for his emphasis on peace and his patronage of animals and the environment, people the world over hold ceremonies on his feast day of October…

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September 2016: Hoping for a Foal for Lady Lonza

We’re not a breeding facility, but three foals have been born and raised at Dunrovin Ranch. Lady Lonza was the first Dunrovin foal. Her mother, Annie, was my very first Tennessee Walking Horse. When she became permanently lame within months of my purchasing her, I decided to contact the new owners of the beautiful champagne colored colt that…

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2016: Animal Wellness Week

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Horse Shoeing

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