Tag - Therapeutic

5 Keys to Healthy Horse Legs

Your horse's legs carry a lot of weight - 60% of their total weight is carried on their front legs - making leg care one of the most important pieces of the horse care puzzle. Here's what you can do to help keep your horse's legs looking and feeling...

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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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Representing the Red, White, and Blue: Katherine Bateson-Chandler and Alcazar To Represent Team USA at Nations Cup CDIO3* Odense

Congratulations to Draper Therapies Advisory Board Member Katherine Bateson Chandler for being chosen to represent the USA at the CDIO3* in Odense! Wellington, Florida (April 22, 2016) — After completing a successful winter season at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, Florida, Grand Prix dressage rider and trainer Katherine...

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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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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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