What’s the best pet for you?
What’s your pet’s best trait?
We talked to vets, pet lovers and pet professionals to find out how you can help your pet be happy, healthy and happy in the wild.
Tulane equities: Tulane equests were born in the 1890s, when horses were first allowed to race.
Tulane was the first major city in the United States to allow horses to compete.
They were also the first American horse to win a medal at the 1896 Olympics in St. Louis, Mo.
The equestrians and equestries of Tulane were famous for their horsemanship, and they won seven gold medals at the Olympic Games.
But today, many horses and equine athletes suffer from injuries or disease, and the city has seen a surge in horse deaths in recent years.
It took a team of veterinarians and veterinary surgeons to save one of the city’s horses, a male black stallion named Chico, in the 1990s.
“This is one of our beloved equestrials and he has been with us for so long,” Tulane Mayor Larry Hall said.
“His health has been fine, and we are glad to have him back.
He was in great shape.”
What’s your best pet trait?
What is your pet best trait and why?
Vet Dr. James Cramer, the veterinarian who helped save Chico from the zoo, said Chico is very outgoing.
I have a dog, a beautiful, loyal Labrador, and she will have no trouble getting along with a lot of other dogs, Cramer said.
He also has a black stallions name, Chico.
And he loves to jump on his own back.
His best trait is the fact that he has the ability to talk to other animals.
That ability is really a gift and we know that the other animals will be happy to have this little guy around.
You can help the horses and the animals in the Tulane area by volunteering.
You can also donate to Tulane Equestrian Club, which provides veterinary care for animals.
To find out more, go to www.tulaneequestrianclub.org.