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Safeguard For Spring: West Nile Virus

Thursday, March 28, 2019

As spring approaches, the topic of West Nile Virus comes up more and more. In 2016 there were 10 confirmed positive cases of WNV in Alberta, in 2017 there were 11 and last year, in 2018, there was a huge…

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Sports Therapy Lecture Series 2 – Ulcers & The Equine Athlete

Saturday, March 23, 2019

“Ulcers and the Equine Athlete” – the 2nd edition of the Energy Equine Sports Therapy Lecture Series, brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim. In the second installment of the 2019 Energy Equine Sports Therapy Lecture series we are diving head-first…

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Optimal Nutrition for the Performance Horse

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Show season is right around the corner and there are so many factors that go into building the champion equine athlete. From the very beginning there is one factor that we are completely in control of as owners – Nutrition….

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New Product Alert: Equilume Light Masks

Thursday, November 8, 2018

At Energy Equine Veterinary Services, when we bring a product into the clinic, we want to ensure it meets the needs of our clients. Many of you reading this are in the business of performance – whether that’s sliding, stopping,…

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#AskYourVet – September

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Horses, they seem to leave us with more puzzling questions than answers most of the time. When faced with a sick or lame horse, Energy Equine always advises to pick up the phone and give us a call. As a…

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In The Spotlight: Angela Cawsey

Monday, September 10, 2018

Angela Cawsey, Red Deer, Alberta, is a highly celebrated competitor in the Quarter Horse circuit, and her great mare, Maggie, is a beloved client at Energy Equine Veterinary Services. This year, at the Canadian National Quarter Horse Show, Cawsey finished…

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5 Top Tips For Hauling

Friday, August 24, 2018

On any given weekend the Energy Equine team of amazing clients and their equine partners are heading down the road, off to shows, off to the training barn, and off to the clinic for their regular check-in’s to make sure…

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Building Back to the Box

Friday, August 3, 2018

A fractured pelvis would surely mean a dire sentence for a horse whose heart and try made him a top roping partner. Yet, when one particular black gelding came to the home of Amy Bardgett and Laryn Lovig, they knew…

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It Takes A Village: Part 2

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

In June, on the way to the Rocky Mountain House Pro Rodeo, Emily Pugsley had her three-year-old colt, Danno, and her great barrel horse, Cha Ching, on her trailer when she was hit by a distracted driver. Immediately, a swift…

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It Takes A Village: Part 1

Monday, July 16, 2018

In June, on the way to the Rocky Mountain House Pro Rodeo, Emily Pugsley had her three-year-old colt, Danno, and her great barrel horse, Cha Ching, on her trailer when she was hit by a distracted driver. Immediately, a swift…

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