03
Apr

COVID-19 Information

April 3, 2020 update: In order to continue serving our customers the best we can, while minimizing risk for both employees and customers, we will be moving to curbside and delivery service only starting tomorrow, April 4. We will also be modifying our store hours slightly at a few stores. Please call your local D&L […]

05
Feb

2020 Chick Bookings!

*all orders are subject to change, all are pullets unless noted as straight run (SR) We provide the lists below to give you an idea what chicks might be expected this season. Please note, however, that availability changes often. For the most accurate information, or to special order something particular, contact your local D&L directly. […]

13
Sep

D&L hosts Dachshund Derby at Celina Oktoberfest

Join us for the Dachshund Derby during Celina’s Oktoberfest on October 12, 2019! Tap into the fun at Celina Oktoberfest 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, October 12, 2019 on The Square Join us for this second-annual event and celebrate German culture in true Texas style. Enjoy authentic food, a bountiful selection of imported and locally brewed […]

05
Sep

Purina E3 – Equine Educational Event Oct 1, 2019

Join us for a fun, interactive and educational horse event. Date: October 1, 2019 Time: 6 pm – Dinner (complimentary) & Program Location: Mid South Equine Sports Medicine & Surgery35 McDaniel Rd, Tioga, TX, 76271 (map it) Topics: Gastric Health, Muscle Function and Bloom in the Performance Horse Professional Panel Q&A KC Jones Jason Martin Charlie […]

03
Sep

Back To School Savings – September

Relieving Gastric Discomfort in Horses Just as back to school season can be stressful for parents and kids alike, changing seasons and many environmental factors can be very stressful to horses.  And, when horses are stressed they’re significantly more likely to develop gastric discomfort which can lead to ulcers. Some of these stressors include hard […]

01
Aug

Summer Survival Strategy – August

Hot SpotsHot spots are moist, painful, red, irritated, and—you guessed it—hot lesions that can develop on a dog’s skin, usually on the chest, hip, or head. They can grow rather quickly, especially if your dog ends up chewing, scratching, or licking them, causing further irritation.   A hot spot could be caused by anything that [...]