Tag - Draper Therapies

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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Why Every Horse Owner Should Know How to Standing Wrap

Standing wraps - some people love them and some people love to hate them. Whether you've never wrapped an equine leg or you're practically a professional wrapper, the fact is that at some point in your life with horses you will have to wrap. I can hear the groans already...

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Keeping Healthy and Safe during Winter Riding

When the temperatures drop and the days get shorter, equestrians are among the first to complain!  The horses get fuzzy, water buckets start to freeze, and nobody wants to ride if they’re frozen from the extra barn chores that winter brings with it.  Those of us on the east...

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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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Welcome to the Advisory Board Todd Minikus and Lara Knight!

Draper Therapies is thrilled to add Todd Minikus and Lara Knight to our Advisory Board! Minikus, who rides show jumpers, began showing at the Grand Prix level in 1985, and his winning ways have continued into the present. His list of top accomplishments include: 1997 - winning $100,000 Budweiser American Invitational in Tampa,...

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How Do They Fit? Hock Boots

Buying garments online can be tricky – Does the product run big or small? How big is the model? If the product is adjustable, how adjustable? If the product is sized, does it run small or large?  These questions can have even the most determined shopper second guessing their...

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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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R&R: Lucky’s Progress

If you're just joining us, welcome to the story of Lucky & Sky, the test subjects in the Rehabilitate & Recover program. The core focus of the R&R program is to educate equine professionals such as veterinarians, trainers, competitors, shippers, and others on the Draper Therapies products and how...

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