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Sunday, July 03, 2022

Pets, Pet Supplies & Pest Control

Holistic Animal Studies by Angel's Animals offers online animal bodywork courses for both professionals and pet owners

We all know the benefits of massage, proper nutrition and other holistic practices have on us humans, but do you know that animals can benefit from these as well?

Holistic1At Angel’s Animals we believe that all animals can benefit from holistic bodywork and should have the option to live pain free lives without the use of medications and invasive treatments.

Holistic Animal Studies by Angel’s Animals offers 100% online animal bodywork certification, and non certification, and courses for both small and large animals including massage, kinesiology taping, craniosacral therapy, body alignment, cold laser therapy, Reiki, animal communication and holistic nutrition.

Adding animal bodywork to your practice will increase revenue and provide your clients with non-invasive options to reduce their animal's body pain.

Since our courses are 100% online with no deadlines, students have the flexibility to work from their own location and at their own pace.

Holistic 22Our courses are also very reasonably priced and we offer payment plans and other discounts.

Dr. Barbara, her teaching assistants and all the staff are very accessible and happy to help with any questions and offer additional guidance if needed.

Our courses have been reviewed by and are approved through the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB), the International Association of Animal Massage and Bodywork (IAAMB), the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA), The Minnesota Board of Chiropractic Examiners and other organizations.

Holistic 33Whether you are an animal professional looking to expand your business, or just a pet owner hoping to help your own pet holistically, please consider Angel’s Animals courses.

Our mission is to help as many animals as possible live their best lives, and we’d love to have you as part of our family of holistic healers.

Formore information, go to www.angelsanimals.com or www.holisticanimalstudies.org.

To contact, go to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 1-866-906-2842

Chardy Memorials help you remember a beloved pet

KENNETT SQUARE, Pa.--Horse and pet owners know the value that pets bring to our lives.

Chardy 1Chardy Memorials is here to help you always remember them - it’s your loved one’s story set in stone.

George T. Chardy opened his memorial business in Kennett Square in 1923.

Now, almost 100 years and four generations later, Chardy Memorials and their General Manager, Beth Rotunno, continue to provide quality work and compassionate service for Kennett Square and surrounding areas.

Chardy understands that pets are family too.

Whether it’s your dog, cat, horse, or bearded dragon, creating a unique memorial is one way we can help you cherish the memories.

Chardy 2For most Chardy Memorials clients, purchasing a monument for a beloved family member, human or pet, is unfamiliar territory.

We help guide you every step of the way, helping you create a custom designed bronze plaque, an urn, or a granite or stone marker that can be displayed at your home, stable, or anywhere you have fond memories.

Special keepsake urns, cremation jewelry, and cremation art glass can also be purchased through our website.

Chardy 3Reach out to us, we’ll be there for you.

Beth can be contacted via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 610-444-3440 and through the Chardy Memorials website at www.chardymemorials.com, to discuss memorial options.

Don't just repel ticks, kill them with TNT-Tick Natural Terminator

Each female tick lays thousands of eggs.

Tick 1Using repellents may help keep them away, but it also allows them to find another host and breed.

TNT-Tick Natural Terminator has been used safely for decades to reduce the number of ticks in the environment.

It will limit the amount number of ticks that crawl onto you or your pet because they do not like the “feel” of it.

TNT is totally natural, blended with the purest active ingredients we can find, all of which are sourced in the USA.

Tick 2TNT is extremely safe for you and your horses and other pets.

It contains no chemicals so can be used in addition to repellent sprays if they’re necessary.

TNT is nontoxic to animals including frogs, birds, and wildlife.

TNT-Tick Natural Terminator controls ear gnats.

It can also be dusted around your house to kill ticks, ants, and other crawling pests, without harm to you, family or pets.

TNT was invented by trail riders and after decades of use, we cannot find a tick on our properties.

 

Tick 3We continue to test TNT each year, acquiring ticks of various stages from our veterinarians, or picking them off if we see any after a trail ride. We maintain a two hour kill rate for adult ticks.

Unlike chemical kills, the ticks do not build up resistance to TNT. It’s great for the tick stages you cannot see to remove.

For more information, go to Tntticks.com.

Sustenance Herbs, dedicated to unsurpassed quality

sustenanceOver 13 years ago, Joyce Belcher decided it was high time to turn her passion for holistic health into a business.

Sustenance herbsShe expanded her studies to focus on herbs, and launched Herbs for Life, Inc. in 2008 and worked with several holistic and integrative veterinarians, establishing custom formulas creating a unique line of organic pet supplements as well as a line of herbal medicinals, Joyce’s new company quickly began to thrive…and so did her customers

From the start, Herbs for Life, Inc has been dedicated to unsurpassed quality.

Each one of their products is made using 100% non-GMO, certified organic and/or wild harvested ingredients, and no chemicals are added or used, ever, in the manufacturing process.

The company prides themselves on safety and efficacy and plans to continue growing without losing focus of her mission.

Sustenance 3“Our mission and passion is and has always been to help pets get healthy and stay healthy as nature intended,” she says. Whether an animal needs a daily supplement to balance their immune system or a botanical medicinal to address a more serious issue.

Her Detox Liver Cleanse, for instance, has been a game changer for the health of many animals.

It works to remove heavy metals, restore normal healthy function of the eliminatory organs (Liver, kidneys, lymphatic system, blood and neurological systems) and, like all her products, contains NO inactive ingredients.

Joyce felt the name of her supplement line, Pet Wellness Blends, didn’t fully encompass the values she so strongly upholds.

Sustenance 2So what did she do?

She rebranded!

This product line can now be found under the name “Sustenance Herbs”, a title that better reflects its ability to support and maintain health.

“Sustenance refers to something that is consumed that sustains life or health,” says Joyce. “And the happiness that pet owners have when their dog, cat or horse is healthy, happy and feeling great is what keeps me going!”

For more information call 1-800-510-9597 or visit www.sustenanceherbsforpets.com

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Slow feed solutions for farm and zoo animals - goats, sheep, alpacas and more from Hay Pillow

Although Hay Pillow® slow feed bags were designed initially for horses, mules and donkeys, our customers quickly found that farm and zoo animals loved eating from them - and enjoyed the same physical and mental benefits.

Hay pillow 1Plus, wasting less hay saves money - and that benefits everyone.

Foraging by Design - Browsers Vs. Grazers

Because herbivores are prey animals, sight is one of their main forms of defense.

Considering they are designed to forage for 16 to 20 hours a day, their head, neck and eye placement is designed to maximize their vision while foraging to detect predators.

Browsers - such as goats, alpacas, llamas and camels - are designed to primarily forage on leaves, buds and twigs from shrubs, bushes or trees.

hay pillow 2Therefore, their eyes are positioned centered and more upright on their head with their neck naturally in a more upright position.

Grazing animals - such as sheep, horses, donkeys, mules and zebras - are designed to primarily forage on grasses and vegetation in close proximity to the ground.

Their eyes are positioned high on the sides of the head with a lower natural neck position.

Although browsers graze and grazers browse, always consider your animal's natural design when choosing a slow feeder.

hay pillw 3By providing free-choice forage, you will have a healthier, more content herd with the bonus of no longer being committed to multiple feedings day and night!

Visit our website at www.thehaypillow.com.

See our Hay Pillow overview video: https://www.thehaypillow.com/videos.html#top-features

The Mill – serving farms and communities for over 50 years.

The Mill is a family-owned ag retail and crop services company that has seven locations in the Mid-Atlantic offering farm and home deliveries in Md., SE Pa., Del., and areas of N.J., and Va., as well as curbside pickup and online shopping.

Mill 11Expert staff consists of animal nutritionists, nutrient management planners, certified crop and turf advisors, certified professional horticulturist, master gardeners and years of hands-on experience in equine, pet, livestock, turf, pasture, and crop management to help trouble shoot challenges and recommend products to meet your goals.

The Mill rewards our loyal customers.

Frequent buyer programs offer a free bag for every 10 or 12 bought for some products.

The Mill has an exclusive reward program for all its patrons in addition to the frequent buyer program.

There are points for every retail purchase that triggers a mailed coupon once the target is received.

The Mill has feed and supplies for farm and companion animals as well as wildlife.

Mill 22Our pet department offers kibble, can, freeze dry, raw and frozen foods from Taste of the Wild, Fromm, VeRus, Pro Plan, Victor, Loyall Life, Merrick, River Run, Primal, Natural Balance, Exclusive, Southern States and more.

There is a full line of treats, toys, collars, leashes, grooming needs, and other supplies for your pets.

The equine department offers Nutrena, Purina, Triple Crown, McCauleys, Buckeye, Southern States and our own line of Mill feeds and supplements.

The Mill has horse health and barn supplies.

Equine specialists provide track and farm feed consultations, hay testing services and pasture management advice.

Livestock feeds and supplies include Nutrena, Southern States, Sunglo and our own lineup of Mill Feeds for poultry, cattle, pigs and small ruminants.

Basic health and show supplies are available.

Mill 33Our livestock nutritionist offers farm consultations and assists youth raising livestock for show with a portable scale and feed programs for health and success.

The Mill has garden centers and turf specialists to get your lawn and garden looking its best.

Mill grass seed is blended for the MidAtlantic region with varieites from the Md., State approved list.

Fertilizer is blended to meet the most common needs seen on our homeowners soil test results and our trained staff can provide recommendations for sustainable lawn care.

We have stone, mulch, topsoil and amendments bagged or bulk.

The Mill has a full selection of food, feeders and supplies for wild birds with the most competitive prices.

Our Mill bird seed blends are high quality formulations made in consultation with Washington College’s Field Ecologist from the Foreman’s Branch Bird Observatory to ensure the seed selections will be appropriate and desirable to our region’s song birds.

The Mill also carries items for the home including heat pellets, grilling pellets, solar and pool salt, charcoal and propane, tools for the yard and farm, candles, flags and décor as well as great gifts.

Visit www.themillstores.com to learn more!

WHITE HALL, Md.--The Mill invites you to an educational forage field walk on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at 5:00 pm. The rain date will be Thursday, June 30th.

The event will be held at Clear Meadow Farm, 3116 Troyer Rd, White Hall, MD 21161.

There are 15 varieties of forages including 4 varieties of orchardgrass, 3 of timothy, 3 pasture blends, Grasshancer 300 (emergency forage extender), 2 types of fescue, Fojtan festulolium, and Kentucky Bluegrass plots. The plot was established in 2018. The first harvest of 2022 was the 2nd week of May. There is adequate regrowth to see differences in recovery and persistency between the varieties.

There are no short-term forecasts of feed or fuel price easing and supply chain issues remain a concern.

The best strategy to keep purchased feed costs in check is to maximize nutritional quality and yields from forage stands.

Now is the time to plan for pasture renovations.

Fall is the best time to seed since soil temperatures are ideal for rapid germination and cool evenings help retain soil moisture for shallow-root seedlings.

Additionally, there is less competition from annual weeds which allows for a thicker stand compared to spring seeding.

September to mid-October is an ideal time to overseed pasture or hay fields.

Soil sampling should be performed now to balance soil pH and know what nutrients will be needed for a new seeding or to boost fall forages and prepare stands to overwinter.

Pet Portraits are LOTS of fun and the shots last a lifetime!

Chester County Equine/Pet Photographer, Ginny Jenkins, loves working with your pets and family members to create some memorable shots that will last a lifetime.

Ginny 11Known for her light-hearted Equine and pet, all-natural photography work which has been showcased in a couple of her previous books and HORSES OF CHESTER COUNTY Calendars, she treasures one on one time with all kinds of pets and their families.

These personalized sessions are done in a natural setting of your choice right here in Chester County, Pa. - encouraging a fun, friendly and safe environment.

Sessions outside this area will also be considered for an extra charge.

Creative one- hour photo sessions include full color photos taken during daylight hours on location at your home, farm, or another suggested nearby location.

Several people and pets can be included in these sessions.

It can be lots of fun and some choice shots make great gifts for other loved ones to cherish!

Ginny 22Ginny will discuss your ideas with you prior to your session.

Once edited, many of what Ginny feels are the best shots taken, will be downloaded and forwarded to you via email transfer.

If there are multiple persons involved, only the person booking the session will get the results, and then they can share with the others.

The cost is simply $75 for the hour photography shoot, and that also includes all editing and transfer costs.

Some final choices can also be considered to be artfully laid out digitally by Ginny for framing or print purposes for an additional fee.

For more information or to book your session, please email Ginny at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Horse of Delaware Valley

Editor: Sara Cavanagh
editor@thehorseofdelawarevalley.com
610-793-1964

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