COVID-19 - Pet Education and Therapy RE-OPENING
Pet Education and Therapy will begin a phased re-opening beginning Tuesday, July 7. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions.
Before coming to class, be sure to familiarize yourself with our Covid-19 Policies by clicking on the link in the Menu.
July 8 - Don't Put All Your Eggs in One Omelet Day
Never tried to make an omelet from a whole carton of eggs ... but still, it's nice to have a hard-boiled reminder.
July 1st Week - National Farriers Week
With the temperatures soaring and the weather sweltering, July is the perfect time to take a minute to thank your farrier for all the back-breaking work he or she does. If it wasn't for your farrier, your horse wouldn't be able to run, jump or trot at the level that you expect. Just think about how much time a farrier spends to better your horse's well being.
Thousands of hard-working horseshoers keep the animals healthy, comfortable and functional.
July 3 - August 11 - Dog Days of Summer
The Dog Days of Summer, also known as Canicular Days, are typically the hottest and most unhealthy days of the year. The traditional timing of Dog Days is the 40 days beginning July 3rd and ending August 11th coinciding with the heliacal (at sunrise) rising of Sirius. Sirius, the Dog Star, is visible with the rising Sun at this time of year. Ancients associated this sky picture with the hot days that coincided with it. Sirius is the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major (Greater Dog).