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Borden Pet Crematory
& Memorial Center
4517 Produce Road..............502-451-1480
Toll Free...................877-451-PETS (7387)
see our ad on the back cover
Pet Loss and End of Life Support
Loss & Grief Education
Connie’s Groom Room
2702 Taylorsville Road.........502-452-1174
Miss Lili’s Pet Salon
4810 S Watterson Trail............502-493-7387
Mona’s Pet Xing
Full Service All Breed Grooming
11414 Shelbyville Road........502-244-9911
7202 Fegenbush Lane..........502-231-4142
Pawsitively Dogs Grooming
1501 Mellwood Avenue at The Paw Zone
All Breed Grooming - By Appointment
Near the Summit...................502-377-1260
See Spot Grooming & Daycare
2420 Lime Kiln Lane, Louisville
Fun Horse Facts
• Horses are able to sleep both
standing up and lying down – a trait
from predators in the wild.
• Female horses carry their young
for approximately 11 months –
2 months more than humans!
• A newborn foal can stand up and
run around almost immediately after
• Horses do not have any muscles
below their knees – only skin, hair,
bone, tendons, ligaments, cartilage
and tissues that make up the hoof.
• A normal amount of water for a
horse to drink is 40 litres – if a
human were to drink that much they
would need to drink 56 water bottles
• Horses have the largest eyes of
any mammal, with a range of vision
almost at 360 degrees.
• There are more than 300 horse
breeds with approximately 58
million horses in the world – that’s a
lot of horses!
• All horses that are born in the
Southern Hemisphere, including
Australia, celebrate their birthday on
August 1st (In the Northern Hemisphere,
they celebrate their birthday
on January 1st).
• The best way to determine the
age of a horse is by examining its
• Horses have fantastic memory
– remembering old riders, horse
friends and places, even if they
haven’t seen them for many years!