Tag - dog

Summer Sale: What’s on the Menu

The first week in July means cook outs, fireworks, shutdown... and the annual Draper Therapies Summer Sale! As many of our long time customers know, the Draper Therapies office is closes every year for one week in July for our annual maintenance shutdown. It gives us time to do...

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Canine Arthritis: Meet Joe Black

If you have had dogs for long enough, chances are you've witnessed the inevitable slow-down that comes with age. Old injuries are exacerbated by old age and arthritis leads to limited mobility and discomfort. There's no getting around it: age catches up with even the healthiest companions. Most owners...

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Canine Corner: New Draper Therapies Bolster Bed

Sometimes picking the right product for your dog is tricky. When it comes to dog beds, dog owners have seemingly limitless options. Since your dog can't tell you his or her preferences, we often rely on our own standards of comfort to decide what type of bed is best....

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Surviving the “Dog” Days of Winter

Don’t let winter slow down your senior dog! Like humans, older dogs can suffer from joint pain and muscle pain. Cold winter weather exacerbates an elderly dog’s discomfort, making winter especially ruff *ahem* rough on our four legged friends. Canine product tester Blueberry, hard at work. If it is too cold...

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Riley Goes to Dock Dog World Championship

Riley and Brenda Halverson have worked hard all year to qualify for the Dockdog World Championships... and they did it! Though Riley is not a newcomer to the championships (he was 6th in 2012 and attended last year), qualifying unto itself is quite an accomplishment! Riley has qualified and will...

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‘Tis the Season!: Pet Holiday Photo Contest 2013

 Do you have a funny holiday picture of  your pet? Eating the Thanksgiving turkey, climbing the Christmas tree, raiding the holiday gifts, or simply dressed in their best for the season... We want to see it!  Send us your funniest holiday photo of  your pet for the change to...

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How Products Are Made- Part III

A few months ago we introduced this series, How Products Are Made, following up with the post How Products Are Made-Part II sharing with you how Draper is turning raw materials into the finished goods that are in your home or at your barn. Our focus being that we're...

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How Products Are Made- Part II

A few months ago we introduced this series, How Products Are Made-Part I, sharing with you how Draper is turning raw materials into the finished goods that are in your home or at your barn. Our focus being that we're bringing high quality, US made and proven holistic products...

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How Products Are Made- Part I

Jamie Cohen and Bailey enjoying the benefits of a Draper Therapies Couch Blanket. Have you ever wondered how the Draper Therapies products that end up on your body and your horse are actually made? How does that process even start? Well I'm glad you asked, because I'm here to walk...

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Lunching and Learning

Draper's Lunch and Learn Seminar in Wellington, FL featuring Sheri-lyn Traylor We had a wonderful time lunching and learning with everyone who showed up to our very informal, Lunch and Learn Seminar held on January 26th. The Draper Lunch and Learn seminar featured Sheri-lyn Traylor, the editor and art director...

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