Your horse benefits from the knowledge and experience from a team approach by equine health care workers. We would like to welcome Marnie Raymond to our team and to this podcast episode to introduce new Equine Body Work services offered by McKee-Pownall Equine Services:
- Equine Massage
- Equine Physio Taping
Marnie has been a Certified Equine Massage Therapist for 16 years and adds PEMF and Equine Physio Tape to her modality toolbox. Our veterinarians and Marnie work closely to ensure your horse benefits from continuity of care. She will provide these services at your farm and our Rehabilitation Facility.
Whether your horse is getting ready for the show season, recovering from an injury or you just want to pamper them for the hard work they do talk to Marnie or one of our veterinarians to create a plan right for your horse.
If you have any questions about Equine Body Work or would like to book an appointment please reach out to email@example.com
In today's episode, Dr. Goldie and Karen Foell welcome Dr. Kate Robinson to the show. Dr. Robinson joined our ambulatory team working out of our Rehabilitation Farm in Schomberg in the Fall of 2020 and sees patients at their home farms and at our farm.
Dr. Robinson grew up in Bracebridge and is a 2009 graduate of St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine (Grenada, West Indies). Following graduation, Dr. Robinson completed an internship in equine ambulatory practice at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (University of Saskatchewan). Dr. Robinson stayed on at WCVM to complete a three-year combined Masters/Residency program to further her training and specialization in equine ambulatory practice. She has been an assistant professor at WCVM since 2013, providing clinical service in the equine ambulatory division. Dr. Robinson enjoys all facets of equine practice, with a keen interest in imaging, podiatry and lameness.
When not at work Dr. Robinson can be found at the barn working with her young WB x filly, or spending time with her husband dogs, and cat.
In today's episode, we have repurposed the audio from an amazing webinar that was done with Dr. Tovah Caldwell on Equine Behaviour And Performance Issues. The audio quality isn't perfect however the content is so valuable we thought it was worth it!
If you are interested in watching the original recorded version of the webinar you can find it here: http://www.mpequine.com/wednesdaywebinars
In today's episode, Dr. Kyle Goldie and Karen Foell welcome Sarah Shaw DVM, DACVIM for a conversation on Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome. Dr. Shaw combines her equine ambulatory practice with her equine internal medicine consulting service and is such an asset for our local equine community. Throughout the show, they talk about different types of ulcers, diagnostics, and treatments in horses.
In this episode, we welcome our very own Dr Jim Welsh to talk about embryo transfer. Dr Welsh has taken dedicated training in this area and has had a super successful reproduction season this year. He shares a lot of great information today. If you are thinking of breeding your racehorse or showhorse next year this is the episode for you. If you have further questions or have an interest in breeding your mare please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also excited about our latest initiative to recognize those that care for our horses. Please check out our Heroes For Horses initiative and nominate your equine caregiver https://www.mckeepownall.ca/heroes-for-horses-virtual-award
In this episode, we have adapted a recorded webinar with Dr. Samantha Molson that was done earlier this Spring on Colic. The content was not originally designed for audio but it has some really great content that we wanted to share. Enjoy!
Here is a link to the actual webinar recording if you are interested as well as the videos she discusses in the webinar.
Equine gastroscopy video courtesy of Boehringer- Ingelheim: youtube.com/watch?v=mKZy8PL2XJo
Signs of equine colic: youtube.com/watch?v=f3dcJP6e9m4
In today's episode, Kyle and Karen have Dr. Mike Pownall on the hot seat telling the McKee-Pownall story. They take us back to the very beginning and ask the hard questions of Dr. Pownall such as why the practice is designed the way it is; from size to culture and everything in between.
In this episode, as a solo host, Karen Foell talks with Dr Ali Miletic about Equine Rehabilitation and all that goes on at the McKee-Pownall Equine Services Rehabilitation and Reproduction Facility.
Please feel free to reach out with any questions!
In this episode, Dr Kyle Goldie, shares information for horse and farm owners about deworming and equine parasitology. It is a valuable listen for new and experienced horse owners alike as he has a way of explaining things so that they make sense! Thank you Dr Goldie.