Client Education Videos
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Giving medications to your horse is often not as easy as it's made out to be. In these videos, we offer some tips and instructions to help with the challenge and make everyone's day go a little bit smoother.
The ability to apply a good bandage is an important skill as a horse owner. Check out these videos for demonstrations of specific bandages that you may need to apply.
'How To' Videos
Check out these tips for some basic horse health skills.
Client Seminar Videos
Dr. Kirby Penttila introduces the seminar, the staff, and gives an exciting update on what our new clinic will look like!
Dr. Ben Reed gives an update on disease and vaccinations in western Canada.
Dr. Crystal Lee gives an overview of what is possible in equine surgery, with an in depth look at arthroscopy and colic surgery.
Dr. Jessica Semper discusses the causes, diagnostics, and treatment of gastric ulcers in horses.
Dr. Lindsay Rogers discusses topics of importance to the care of senior horses, including weight control and feeding, winter care, herd and housing management, and diseases that are more common in geriatric horses. She offers advice on monitoring and optimizing the quality of life for individual older horses, with lots of awesome examples from her own eccentric herd of equine seniors.
Dr. Kirby Penttila gives an overview of equine podiatry, including a discussion of the anatomy and biomechanics of the horse's foot, the importance of shoeing survey films, and the importance of a good veterinarian-farrier-client-patient relationship. Common lameness conditions and the impact of podiatry on the treatment of these conditions are discussed in detail.
Dr. Crystal Lee discusses the importance of prepurchase exams and gives an overview of what to expect in the exam.
Dr. Alyssa Butters gives an update on the status of West Nile Virus and Rabies in Alberta, and gives current vaccine recommendations.
Dr. Alyssa Butters discusses first aid in horses (Part 2 of 2).
Dr. Alyssa Butters discusses first aid in horses (Part 1 of 2).
Dr. Doug Myers from Boehringer Ingelheim speaks about the importance of vaccines and discusses vaccine reactions. (Fall Seminar, part 1 of 4).
Dr. Alyssa Butters gives an update on the prevalence and implications of Equine Infectious Anemia. (Fall Seminar, part 2 of 4).
Dr. Crystal Lee discusses scenarios in which the Lameness Locator has proven to be useful in lameness evaluation. (Fall Seminar, part 3 of 4)
At the Fall Seminar on November 10, 2015, Dr. Kirby Penttila outlines the new Wellness Plans available at Burwash Equine. (Fall Seminar, part 4 of 4)
Dr. Kirby Penttila dicusses diagnostic imaging as it relates to the lameness examination.
Dr. Crystal Lee performs a live demonstration of the Lameness Locator.
Dr. Crystal Lee discusses objective lameness evaluation using wireless inertial sensors.
Dr. Kirby Penttila reviews Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis (pigeon fever) and other infectious diseases of concern this year.
Dr. Brettly Battistone covers what you need to know to make the best decisions for your mare and future foal.