Life as a Horse Illustrated Team Member

June 4, 2009 at 4:08 AM Leave a comment

One aspect I’ve really enjoyed from the magazines moving online movement is the ability for magazine editors to really reach out and connect with their readers. The latest AnimalNetwork addition is the Horse Illustrated magazine staff’s blog “The Near Side – Dispatches from Horse Illustrated HQ.” They share adventures in their equestrian lives and fascinating horsey stuff they think you might enjoy between issues.

Check out “The Near Side” at HorseChannel.

Inside the AnimalNetwork Community – Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Barkin’ Back from DogChannel

Are you a fan of watching dog agility competitions but are a little lost in the lingo? Be sure to check out DogChannel’s “The Agility Dog’s Dictionary” to decode the types of moves performed and popular terms used in competition.

The Connecticut Veterinary Medical Foundation (CVMF) offers you some tips on how to avoid costly vet visits through prevention and early detection.

The Cat’s Meow from CatChannel
The California State Senate approved SB 250, also known as the Pet Responsibility Act, this Tuesday in a second vote for “reconsideration.” The measure would require pet sterilization for most of the state’s cats and dogs.

CatChannel veterinary expert Arnold Plotnick, DVM, has some advice for an owner whose senior cat is experiencing digestion issues.

From the Flock at BirdChannel
Hot summer temperatures are around the corner. Know how to help cool your bird down if it gets too hot in your home.

Jessica Pineda, Bird Talk magazine associate editor, talks about her latest volunteer experience at the Aquarium of the Pacific, in Long Beach, Calif., and about the lorikeets that live there in her latest blog entry “Lorikeet Fun.”

In the Herp World at ReptileChannel
Russ Case, the Reptiles magazine editor, recalls random herp encounters and challenges your herp knowledge on identifying two reptile species in his latest blog entry “Chance Reptile Encounters.”

Margaret A. Wissman, DVM, DABVP, advises reptile owners to not use distilled water with pet herps. Find out more at ReptileChannel.

Out At Sea from FishChannel
FishChannel gives you information on how to keep ammonia under control and how to understand the nitrate cycle for tank health, its effect on fish and the varieties of ammonia.

Get information on the care of and how to breed the Dwarf Gourami (Polyacanthus lalius).

Critter Chatter from SmallAnimalChannel
Laws can regulate whether you can own exotic pets, specifically ferrets for this article, how many you can own and what types of vaccinations are required. However, the laws keep changing as the interest in ferrets as pets grows. Get tips on how to keep up to date with animal laws.

Karen Rosenthal, DVM, DABVP, gives possible answers to a chinchilla owner about why her chinchilla’s ears are dry and cracked around the edges.

At The Stable from HorseChannel
HorseChannel offers you grid exercises to help improve your horse’s jumping. You can also view a video of the grid exercises in action.

The National Reining Horse Association recently announced a new format that will help riders new to the sport of reining get involved in competition. The four-tier program will provide participants with a fun, educational and family-oriented ladder of class and show formats.

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