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Hack Your Summer Barn Chores

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While the official start of summer may still be a month out, temperatures are already rising. This time of year can get pretty hot around here. Those sticky, sweltering days are tough on both humans and animals. Here, a Dahlonega, GA vet lists some summer barn hacks. Fly Away Flies are the bane of every … Read More »

Posted In General, Horse Care

Senior Cow Care Tips

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Do you have an aging cow on your hands? You may not have given a lot of thought to your bovine friend’s retirement. After all, many cows don’t quite make it that far in life. However, if Bessie lives into her senior years, she will go through many of the same types of changes as … Read More »

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Doggie Date Night

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There’s a special holiday coming up, one made just for two. You may be thinking of Valentine’s Day, but we’re actually talking about a different holiday. Doggie Date Night is February 3rd! Our canine pals are very loyal and loving, and they want nothing more than to spend time with their humans. A Dawsonville, GA … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General

6 Ways to Improve Your Barn This Year

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Happy New Year! As we happily leave 2020 behind us and move into 2021, many people are making resolutions for the coming year. If you have a barn, there are likely some things that could be attended to. We know, having a barn means that the to-do list of chores never ends. However, there are … Read More »

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Meet the Mini Cow

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Have you recently been charmed by cute photos of miniature cows? If so, you aren’t alone. These super cute bovines are becoming quite popular. A local Dahlonega, GA vet offers some tips on caring for a mini cow below. Benefits Mini cows may be small, but they have some big advantages. For one thing, because … Read More »

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Caring for a Potbellied Pig

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SPS is one of the most common problems we see in pigs. That may sound ominous, but SPS isn’t a disease, or even a medical issue. It’s actually a term for Spoiled Pig Syndrome! While this sounds cute, SPS often presents itself as behavioral issues, such as grumpiness or even aggression. It has also led … Read More »

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