Pets play a very important role in today’s society on a global scale. There are a number of reasons why people decide to become a pet owner however the most common ones are companionship, entertainment and protection. Although cats and dogs are the most popular pets, many choose rabbits, ferrets, horses, rodents, turtles, fish and much more. If you’re thinking of adopting a pet from a breeder or an animal shelter you’ll need to carefully consider a variety of aspects before embarking in such an exciting yet challenging journey. So keep reading to know if you are ready for this wonderful adventure.
Horses are among the strongest and most intelligent animals on the planet and, partly because of these qualities humans have started domesticating them around 4000 BC. If you’re considering buying or adopting a horse this article will give you a useful insight on how to best care for such an amazing species.
Horses are among the most powerful and intelligent animals on the planet, best known for their speed which can reach up to 40-48 km/h. When you decide to adopt or buy a horse there are numerous questions you should ask yourself before committing to such a responsibility. Among these, what will be the best diet for a healthy and active horse. Keep reading to get some useful information on this wonderful animal and its dietary requirements.
The horse is one of the strongest animals known for its speed. There are more than 300 breeds of horse around the world. Despite their average weight (approximately 830-2200 lb), horses are mostly known for their remarkable speed. Horses are long-lived pets that can reach 25-30 years of age.
The Appaloosa is an American horse breed best recognized for its colourful spotted coat pattern which is a genetical factor for this type of horse. These horse come in a variety of body types. The average weight of the Appaloosa is around 430 to 570 kg while it can reach 142-163 cm in height.
A Thoroughbred is a hot-blooded horse breed specifically bred to race and famous for its agility, speed and spirit. Despite the use of the word "Thoroughbred" to describe any breed of purebred horse it technically only refer to the Thoroughbred breed. If you're seriously considering the purchase of a Thoroughbred you'll want to know every aspect that will help you choose the perfect horse.